Dear Dad, I know that you were born on February 24, 1900 and I apologize for being a couple of days late in writing this. You taught me to always be prompt and many other important things and I love you for it.
You were always kind and gentle with me, like the time that I was being a difficult three year old who didn’t want (more…)
: Illegal string offset 'noplayer' in /home/justbrad/public_html/raybrogers/wp-content/plugins/simple-podcast-press/responsive_audio_player/responsive-audio-player.php
on line 1534
My son Bradford went to the Miami Boat Show this week for his How Not To Sail podcast and blog…and while he was there, he met up with my brother Mark, and my nephew Doug and my niece Sandy’s husband Jeff.
That led me to think about this week’s podcast episode…
Bradford invited me up to Atlanta to jointly work on my next book. As most of you may know, Bradford is my editor-in-chief as well as my publisher.
When I left Starkville, I was still happy with the Mississippi State Bulldogs and the whupping they had put on Louisiana Tech the night before. I can still hear them cowbells ringing.
The sun was shining and I knew that I could outrun the front that was moving in. (more…)
John Rogers was born in 1500 and educated at Cambridge University to become a rector with the church of England. He wanted to translate the Bible into English so that the common man could read the word of God.
The English royalty forbade this, so John moved to Germany and assumed the name of Thomas Matthew to escape Read More
Ray tells about the arrival of his baby brother and sister, Mark Twain Rogers and Mary Jane Rogers. Show Notes
A special treat this episode, as Aunt Dale reads the touching Foreword she wrote for Depression Baby… (Recorded July 22, 2018 at the Rogers family reunion, Pisgah View Ranch, North Carolina.) Show Notes