Mr. Molesley’s Musing-Dismissed as the Runt

At 5 feet 8 inches and 165 pounds, he was a not an imposing opponent on the football field but his determination and grit finally endeared him to the real jocks. His senior year, he scored a touchdown in the 52-0 swamping of Western Maryland. Despite a broken leg that kept him off the field for most of the season, the coach rewarded that grit by letting him play in the Yale game, which won him his letter. The man dismissed by his father as the runt of the litter. He is credited as being the architect of his brother’s winning campaigns and went on to challenge the likes of Jimmy Hoffa and Sam Giancana, king pins of organized crime that would strike fear in most any other Attorney General. He told us, “I think that we can do better in this country. And that is why I run for President of the United States.” So what if Bobby Kennedy had won? The hope he had ignited was extinguished after he was killed following a victory speech in California but he still inspires us

‘Some men see things as they are and say why? I dream things that never were and say why not?
Great things sometimes come in small unlikely packages-Julie Ann
You just can’t beat the person who never gives up-Babe Ruth
Mr. Molesley
My sis Gracie is taking the day off from barking as she is resting up from her check up at the vet who says she is whole and healthy and still full of spunk
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