Once there was a tree. . .
|The view from Harry’s Porch|
Clyde, his adorable grandson, often plays around that tree, with his Tonka trucks and sidewalk chalk, while neighbors discuss Munger happenings and news. Harry regales everyone with stories from his past whether as a young man working in the union business, or the time he awoke to find a Dallas Cowboy cheerleader in his bed, or simply the details of his prior day’s lunch. He is a great cook at 81 years old. And he’s in good health, which he attributes to good bourbon on the porch with good ‘acquaintances’ near his favorite tree.
And the tree is happy.
George Strait, “Where the Sidewalk Ends”
Randy Newman, “You’ve Got a Friend in Me”
“And the tree was happy.” The Giving Tree, Shel Silverstein
|Harry and Clyde|