Pass It On is a new, bi-weekly peek inside the heart and mind of Francis Pass… Pass It On – May 17, 2021 Listen: When I was a wee little youngster, you would often see me roaming the streets of Dongola. Even though I wasn’t supposed too. Looking back, I was too little to be […]
Pass It On is a new, bi-weekly peek inside the heart and mind of Francis Pass… Pass It On – May 3, 2021 Listen: My father was a pretty good artist. But I did not inherit his artistic genes. Just ask Judy Webster. Mrs. Webster was my incredibly talented high school art teacher. There was […]
Pass It On is a new, bi-weekly peek inside the heart and mind of Francis Pass… Pass It On – April 12, 2021 Listen: Do you remember Look magazine? When I was a kid living in Dongola, Look magazine was always on our coffee table. There’s one issue of Look magazine that I’ll never forget. […]
It was the night before graduation at the NCO Academy in South Vietnam… and I was on ambush patrol. There were about fifteen of us – all Army – including good ol’ Sergeant Sammy.
Don’t you love the sound of a porch swing? I do. My porch swing is my own personal sanctuary. I know that might sound strange, but my porch swing is where I feel closest to God.
Every once in a while, my fishing pole and I would head over and spend some quality time on the bank of Lowell Foster’s pond. My dog Poochie would tag along, too. Part-chihuahua, part-rat terrier. He was somethin’, that Poochie.