Monthly Archives: July 2012
I don’t think anyone here would have ever questioned the masculinity of our Beloved Lex. He was a man’s man in all ways and worthy of swooning on the part of the Lex Babes.
Yes, I swoon once in a while.
Anyway, after going to today’s Daily Lex I went down the rabbit hole of archives and found this gem that showed us, very early on, just what the make of the man was:
Originally posted in July 2004…it was in the infancy in his blog career and yet the fully-formed writer was evident:
A friend of our church friends showed up – younger (30), a little hyper-active. Voluminous, opinionated, manifesting scattered, non-contiguous thinking. I lay there on the blanket, and watched him somewhat bemusedly, quietly. Keeping my own counsel.
Go, read it.
From my good friend Cindy at Snigs Spot.
User submit: civilian life was “about as interesting as watching paint dry” (4 Photos and story) Read more at http://thebrigade.thechive.com/2012/07/26/user-submit-civilian-life-was-about-as-interesting-as-watching-paint-dry-4-photos-and-story/#savZiPyL7SoFUe22.99
Found a good one at The Brigade today.
As a side note, I attended a job fair in Wichita that was for Bell Helicopter Textron in Amarillo before I got the hire notice for Edwards.