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Author Rozelle, Ron, 1952-

Title Sundays with Ron Rozelle
Published Fort Worth : TCU Press, 2009
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Contents Foreword; Preface; A cup of coffee; On wizards; Another piece of the puzzle falls into place; Letters; Good Daddies; A useful book; Thank you very much, Mr. Schieffer, and goodbye; September eleventh; A tale of a tale unappealing in New York; When qualifiers become warnings, watch out; Our state fair; Of time, telephones, eternity, and Mr. Appleton; One cold October night under a starry sky; And now, if you please, a wild goose chase; Something wonderful; The curious affair of the reappearing books; All I know is what I read in the newspaper; At Thanksgiving
A fine lady, a little town, and a great big legacyLest we forget; The devil's not the only thing in the details; Yes, we get by with a little help from our friends; The write stuff; The picture show; Frozen moments, warm memories, and cold truth; Lonely days and lonely nights; One less bookstore; Well Pilgrim, it's time for an awful big celebration; A good man, an impressive mountain, and bad shoes; Two ceremonies; Coffee; Father's Day, fatherhood, and pancakes; It might be a hot time in the old town in 100 years; The Fourth of July; The shade of trees; Old news
Sibling rivalry and resolutionA new leaf in khaki tan; Culinary perfection among magnolias and mint juleps; Cheap books; For the crude, rude, and mean, let the games begin; Mr. Chaucer in the fall; Mrs. Browning in the spring; You're only as old as the magazines you take; Not the greatest show on earth; Old facts clashing in the night; A distant trumpet; Make mine with mayo, and pile on the onions; A short stay; You want equality? Build a town dump; The quiet man at the helm of a noisy place; The Maugham problem; A dark night, a chilly room, and a ghost; Mr. Handy Man
Walking, strutting, marching and John WayneOh, we fools that fool with Mother Nature; Two ghosts of Christmas past fallen on hard times; The chilling confessions of a weather junkie; Christmas Eve; New Year's Eve; Quiet, please; Once upon a time, maybe, in the deep piney woods; A little gossip won't hurt you, unless it's about you; Oscar woes; The ties that bound two complete strangers; Storytelling; Regarding greener pastures and unsmelled roses; Islands in the stream of consciousness; Animals; "A car is a car is a car" didn't drive my father
Summary When Ron Rozelle and Bill Cornwell, the publisher of The Brazosport Facts, met for their annual lunch, Bill asked what current book Ron was writing. During lunch, they agreed that Ron should try his hand at a weekly column. Ron saw an opportunity both to allow his imagination to wander and to flex his writing muscles. And so, it started. Each week, readers opened their Sunday morning papers to find a column devoted to whatever topic was at hand, be it wizards, geese, holidays, loss, John Wayne, his feline quartet, or sandwiches. Sundays with Ron Rozelle is a collection of these Sunday columns,
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Subject Rozelle, Ron, 1952- -- Anecdotes
Rozelle, Ron, 1952-
City and town life -- Texas -- Oakwood -- Anecdotes
City and town life.
Manners and customs.
Oakwood (Tex.) -- Biography -- Anecdotes
Oakwood (Tex.) -- Social life and customs -- Anecdotes
Texas -- Social life and customs -- Anecdotes
Texas -- Oakwood.
Texas.
Genre/Form Anecdotes.
Biographies.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0875654754
9780875654751