Balls and Business Sense

Ever heard a Jamie Godwin story? Well, let me just tell you one. When I was 9, way back before cellphones and computers, I had my first entrepreneurial idea. You see, I love bouncy balls. And just so happen at the local K-Mart, there was one bouncy ball machine, like a gum ball machine. This magically […]

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Tending the Fire

  My boys A, B, and C were playing outside in the fall leaves and building homemade carts out of spare building materials behind the studio at River Bank Productions while recording was in session with Dee Lee Ann, the phenomenal internationally known singer. They didn’t know what was happening, they didn’t know of Dee […]

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Leadership

    Last Wednesday, March 16th, I held a press conference at my Grove Oak Store for former Buck’s Pocket Park Manager to express his concern over the state of Alabama’s park system, and management. I’ve been following this particular issue since April of 2015 when I spoke to the Governor at a town hall […]

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The Cherokee: Not A Plains People

Alright, so sit back and listen as I blow off some steam. I went for a drive this morning to check on my mountain. The rain was moving in, and I wanted to see what developments had actually occurred since the announced partial closure of our local state park, Buck’s Pocket. I drove myself the 2 miles […]

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I Went To The Woods

This past week has been amazing. We have made some progress on my little house. The wiring is almost completed and the electricity will be turned on Monday. Guess who crawled around on her back for a couple hours under the tiny house this week helping wire the house up. Me. Yep. I was sore […]

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