It is another cold day in Wisconsin. I might add though it is in the teens regarding temperature and I will take that rather than below zero weather, and all the snow.
Recently, I found myself driving through down town Milwaukee and was marveled by all the new building, and the new billions of dollars of highways going through the City.
As big as Milwaukee will get you still cannot help to have a sense of security, and the average person walking down Wisconsin Avenue, or Michigan Avenue, still lends you that warm, kind smile.
It would be something for the town fore fathers to see what has happened to the City. The Port masters, the river masters, The beer barns; ah, the beer barons. There is so much beer in this City that people water their flowers with it! The World's largest four face clock at Rockwell always keeps me on time. Sometimes, I wonder if that is good, or if it could be off at times it would make my day easier. Gone are the days where the local radio personality was Tom Snyder, and life was nothing more than turning on the ball game in your garage.
One gets a good feeling in this clean, productive City. The service from local vendors in genuine, and you don't have to go very far to venture from new World dogma to Old World Charm.
Baseball to power tools, beer to, well, beer, it is all here. Why not come and visit me. If you would desire come by and visit me, and let me show you a tour of this great City, and perhaps one day you may call it home!
The Charm is still here, it just has many new friendly faces that look at you like a new shining penny, and welcome you like the fresh morning sunrise. If I can say one thing about people in the Mid West. They are some of the most kindest, caring, warm people you could, or would ever want to meet!!