I hope everyone has had a great weekend. It was pretty calm here with friends. It’s back to work tomorrow!
I hope everyone’s year is starting off great. It’s definitely starting off here in the Atlanta area as a very rainy and cold year. I’m hoping it warms up, but if last year is any indication of what we’re going to see, we need to batten down the hatches and pull up our long johns. …
To all that read The Gay Life of a Country Boy, I wish you the most wonderful blessings and happiness this Christmas season and I hope that New Years will open your locked doors and let your spirit free and experience life as it should be lived.
It’s Thanksgiving evening. The food has been eaten, the Gas-X has been taken, and I’m finally settled and able to get my thoughts together. I am thankful for my family…however large and dysfunctional as it can be. I am thankful for the loving man I have had the pleasure of calling my partner for nearly …
We wanted to say Merry Christmas to all our listeners and fellow podcasters with this Merry Christmas Spectacular for 2011. There is nothing like Christmas music to awaken the soul and make you feel fuzzy inside. It lifts the spirits and tells you that this is the season of cheer. So, from George In Atlanta and your Gay Country Wes, we wish you the best of everything and be safe in whatever you do.
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I found this little treasure years ago and recently stumbled across it. I thought I would share it with you all and see how many of these you can figure out. I’ll try to figure them out and post the answers tomorrow.