Grandpa Joe’s rocker rests two steps from where Jim Casada write his column. “I seldom sit in it, although its solid oak frame and cushioned seat are inviting. Instead, I just gaze on it and evoke memories of the old man who used it as a perch. It’s a comfort and a companion; an inspiration and a constant invitation to revisit yesteryear.” Casada says.
Grandpa Joe’s rocker rests two steps from where Jim Casada write his column. “I seldom sit in it, although its solid oak frame and cushioned seat are inviting. Instead, I just gaze on it and evoke memories of the old man who used it as a perch. It’s a comfort and a companion; an inspiration and a constant invitation to revisit yesteryear.” Casada says. contributed photo
Grandpa Joe’s rocker rests two steps from where Jim Casada write his column. “I seldom sit in it, although its solid oak frame and cushioned seat are inviting. Instead, I just gaze on it and evoke memories of the old man who used it as a perch. It’s a comfort and a companion; an inspiration and a constant invitation to revisit yesteryear.” Casada says. contributed photo

Sitting and a rockin’ with Grandpa Joe

February 20, 2016 7:34 PM

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