Uncle Ray's Sour Cream & Onion Chips
Family made. Quality foods. The life and times of Uncle Ray. Chapter 35: Bad Catcher or Bad Pitcher? Summers back in the day were a great time of the year in Michigan, especially after a cold winter. As soon as it got warm my sister Frances' husband Bill and I liked to go fishing in a lake was stocked solid with perch and crappies. One day we caught so many fish that we thought we might actually sink the boat. We started back to shore and as we got closer Bill said, Ray, throw me my car keys. I was standing up in the front of the boat and he was sitting in the back and as the keys flew over his head he said Blankety blank blank blankety blank! Would I dive into that deep cold water to find the car keys? Nope. Not now. Not ever. So Bill dove in. Time after time, he went down and came up with no keys. As he climbed back into the boat Bill didn't look good. I'm going to have to hotwire the car, he growled. He was really mad. That was a long time ago. Bill, it's time to forgive and forget. Your car keys, Ford ID badge and wedding band are gone. I am sorry! But really Bill, you should have stood up. Alertness: Being aware of what is going on around us. Keeping our eyes and ears open. Choosing to do right before we are tempted. From my family to yours, thank you for choosing Uncle Ray's. unclerays.com. Facebook. Twitter. Instagram. Official potato chip minor league basketball.