This book is full of salt-of-the-earth stories explaining fundamental truths and irrevocable events in one’s life.
Here’s a taste of some of Charles Hamm’s Texas Grit to Stick in Your Craw:
- The way I see it, there are just two kinds of people in this world. Folks who hunt and fish, and folks who kill and catch.
- Wisdom is born of knowledge and experience. However, knowledge and experience will not necessarily make one wise.
- Be careful what you wish for. Folks who like war stories most likely don't have their own to tell.
- Be Smarter Than the Acorn: The way I see it, there ain't but two ways to git to the top of a big white oak tree. Ya ain't gotta be real bright to figure it out. You can climb it or sit on an acorn and wait.
- Never let the skivvies you wore today smell up your tomorrow.
- Look here boys and girls. You can't keep negative, toxic, angry, offensive, or insulting people out of your life. But you can keep them out of your head.
- You’re Only As Good as Your Tools: A knife that won’t cut isn’t worth much.
Sit around the virtual campfire with Charles as he spins his tales and shares his wit, wisdom and Texas humor.
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