Writings on Old Tombstones

We may think we’re the funniest generations, and sure enough the people of the past can’t get up and speak for themselves, so they’ll just let their tombstones do the humoring, because there are Some fascinating things on old tombstones!   Harry Edsel Smith of  Albany, New York: Born 1903–Died 1942. Looked up the elevator shaft to see if the car was on the way down. It was. ============================= In a Thurmont, Maryland, cemetery: Here lies an Atheist, all  dressed up and  no  place to Continue reading →

Teacher, Would You Help Me with Funny Words? Released for Kindle

Teacher, Would You Help Me with Funny Words? has been reissued as a Kindle book, and now available online. Originally published in 2011 by George Sheldon, the author has revised and updated his children’s book, releasing it for the Kindle. The ebook helps young readers make some sense out of those funny English words that just are not easy to understand.   The book is now available by download from Amazon.