In the 1930s, Will Rogers wrote a syndicated front page three-paragraph daily memoir. Will told us where he traveled, whom he met, and how our world was going. Will was not only a comedian and movie star. He was America’s home-spun philosopher. Still known for his “I never met a man I didn’t like.”
Today, Will’s column probably would be called a “blog.” He would take his readers traveling down memory’s lane.
At age 88, this old journalist published his first novel. Writing chapters for other books about everyday. So why not write you a blog?
Let’s call Dick Elam’s blog “Been There”. You just read the first of more to come.