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The Col. Littleton Blog

Tales, advice, gift ideas and knowledge from the Colonel . . .

maybe a few jokes too.

Colonel’s Customer Letters
11 May

Colonel’s Customer Letters

By Colonel Littleton

I want to hear from YOU. Send me your letters and pictures. – Colonel Email us at [email protected] Or, Mail to Colonel Littleton, 755 Abernathy Rd, Lynnville, TN 38472 Feel free to include a picture of your product, too.  (Even better if you’re in it!)

A tribute to my mother and yours…
01 May

A tribute to my mother and yours…

By Colonel Littleton

A little girl, when asked where her home was, replied, “where Mother is.”-Keith L. Brooks My Mother married at a very young age and became an “instant” Mother. I came in the “package” with my Dad, since my birth mother died ten days after I was born. Instant motherhood is a lot more complicated than […]

Let The Journey Begin
24 Apr

Let The Journey Begin

By Colonel Littleton

Let The Journey Begin A handful of events in life are so profound that they never fade from memory . . . like weddings and births; and, I think, graduations. It’s been “a while” since I graduated, as you can pretty well figure out from some of these pictures. But, I still remember the feeling […]

Our Gift to Good Stewards
12 Apr

Our Gift to Good Stewards

By Colonel Littleton

A Gift to Good Stewards  One of the most important challenges we have as God’s children is to be good stewards of the rivers and streams, oceans and mountains, valleys, hollows and hills. As stewards, we also have to protect the habitat of the wildlife that call the American landscape their home. It’s always an […]

Mingling with the Mules
06 Apr

Mingling with the Mules

By Colonel Littleton

Mule Day Makes History! We often affectionately refer to our home in Lynnville as a one-horse town. We actually have more than one horse in residence though. Up the road, there is a medium-sized city that is a “one-mule town” of sorts, except for the annual pilgrimage hundreds of mules make every year to attend […]

The Communication Evolution
10 Mar

The Communication Evolution

By Colonel Littleton

A trip down telegram lane I’ve always loved the idea of telegrams, so much so that I’ve used “faux” telegrams for numerous Col. Littleton emails. As a young man, I guess the telegrams that would have interested me most would go something like . . . Dad (stop) Send money (stop) or even better . […]

PRESIDENT’S DAY – A CELEBRATION OF AMERICA
17 Feb

PRESIDENT’S DAY – A CELEBRATION OF AMERICA

By Colonel Littleton

Being President of the United States seems to me to be a daunting task and a responsibility of enormous proportion . . . even on a good day.  We owe a debt of great gratitude to those who are willing to serve our country in that capacity – who have left their mark on the […]

Colonel’s 2017 New Year’s Philosophy
29 Dec

Colonel’s 2017 New Year’s Philosophy

By Colonel Littleton

A new year is on the horizon.  It stretches out before us like an endless highway, beckoning us on an exciting journey.  It is a new beginning – a time for reflection.  I’ve never been a big believer in New Year’s resolutions as such.  Sometimes they’re quickly made and just as quickly broken.  But, I […]

Colonel’s Knife Story
13 Dec

Colonel’s Knife Story

By Colonel Littleton

“I came from a long line of “knife toters.”  My Dad carried a pocket knife as did his dad and his dad before him.  If they had their pants on, you could be sure they had their knives. So, I developed a love for pocket knives early on.  So much so that when I started […]

Colonel’s Love Affair with American Buffalo Leather
08 Dec

Colonel’s Love Affair with American Buffalo Leather

By Colonel Littleton

American Buffalo Leather Goods “Oh give me a home where the buffalo roam, Where the deer and the antelope play, Where seldom is heard a discouraging word, And the skies are not cloudy all day.” “Home on the Range,” a song that has become an anthem of the American West, has long been a favorite […]