I Am Like The Mailman
Neither rain, hail, sleet, or snow ever keeps me away from the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby come Tuesday evenings. I'll be there at 6 o'clock SHARP tonight (Tuesday) to read & share more "Montana History" & I haven't been this excited since I listened to one of my many commercials here on the Radiator Station! Tonight(!), we get to begin Dale Sheldon's "Who Lost? The Autobiography Of A Blind Man With Great Vision." We all know longtime Conrad resident Dale Sheldon & I'm more than anxious to dig in to Dale's new tome. The obvious difference between sculptor Dale Sheldon & other artists is that he is totally blind. In hindsight, he realizes that losing his eyesight just before his 4th birthday helped him see that raising a family & running a business in rural Montana is not for the faint of heart. Too bad that Dale can't play cards as well as he raised his family & ran a business. I guess that you can't have it all. Check out Dale's "Who Lost" from OutskirtsPress.com & ALL area stores & shops here in the Golden Triangle & also at Amazon.com & Barnes&Noble.com & then I'll see you tonight at 6 at the Heritage Center for more Montana History.