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If I Was a Young Man . . . By Jerry


If I was a young man

I know what I would do

I'd  buy myself a Harley

and pop a wheely or two.


But I'm not a young man '

I'm older than dirt

and if I got a Harley

I surely would get hurt.


If I was a young man '

I know what I would do.

I'd  buy myself a surf board 

and Ride a wave or two


But I'm not a young  man

I'm older than  dirt

If I got a surf board

I surely would get hurt.


If I was a young man

I know what I would do

I"d buy myself some ice skates

and turn a Kamil or two


But I'm not a young man

I'm older than dirt 

and if I twirled a Hamil Kamil

 surely would get hurt.


If I was a young man

I know what I'd do

I'd get myself some water skies 

and jump a wake or two.


But I'm not a young man 

Im older than dirt.

If I got some water skies

I surely would get hurt.


Don't call me Shirley!



Ode of the Daid Armydilly

A Texas Original 

Copyright © Jerry McKee Bullock

all rights reserved


There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road     There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road I know that Dilly      His name is Billy There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road     There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road Why’ he try to cross that road?     No body ever knowed. There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road     There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road Thought he’d try and trust his luck.     He never saw that tractor truck. There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road     There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road MIzz Arma-dilly shes so sad     Little Army-dillies done lost their dad. There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road     There’s a daid  Armadilly in the road But you know, in nature, things ain’t all bad     Oh, Mizz Army-dilly she’s still sad But ole’ Miz Turkey Buzzard
She’s got a twinkle in her eye Cause They’s a daid Armidilly in the road   


About ME

         I was born into a pioneer Texas family. My maternal grandparents arrived in Texas during the days of the Republic. I am a genuine "Old Texan!" I have seven wonderful children, 20 wonderful grandchilden and soon to be12 wonderful great-grandchildren. I have been married to the same wonderful woman for 64 years. I think it is going to last.

        After serving 28 years in the US Air Force, in those years I was privileged to see much of the world. Station twice in the orient, Korea and Vietnam and two and a half years in Turkey. In all I have visited 25 National capitals and lived in three of them.

          I have enjoyed several careers. I was called and ordained as a minister of the gospel of Baptist tradition and 1965. I had not felt called out of my Air Force career but in it was given a ministry of unique opportunities.  

          Since my retirement from the Air Force I have pastored 2 churches for a total of 12 years. My second retirement was as the Director of Human Resources for a major aerospace corporation. For several years we operated our own business working primarily with dyslexic children. For 28 years our home has been the international headquarters of the Air Force Security Forces Association which I served as Executive Director and am currently Exec  Emeritus. All of these experiences have found their way into the pages of these two volumes. 



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