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Tales by Tom


This podcast showcases the audio stories of Tom Cagley Sr.

Apr 25, 2010

Welcome to Tales By Tom.

This is the ninth installment of Tom Cagley Sr's short shory collections entitled, “Travel At Your Own Risk.”  

Story 17. What happened when we were away from our new home. Previously, I’d moved 8 times. This move from St. Pete back to our new house in Baton Rouge didn’t loom as an issue until I chose the wrong movers and ran into sickness with the packers, a total disregard for time on the part of the movers, an epileptic fit in my front hall, the smashing of a 70-year-old Waterford chandelier, and more. BUT toilet paper saved the day --- at least the next day.

Story 18. Not a dream at all. Simply put, when you go to alter something that God gave you physically, you could make the situation better or you could make it worse. I was hoping for better.

I encourage you to provide feedback on these stories or any of the earlier shorts by email at talesbytom@gmail.com or by voicemail at 1 206 339 5456.

Check out the podcast http://www.talesbytom.com and download  via iTunes at http://bit.ly/yk9BC

The music is a song titled "Rhapsody" by Andy Guthrie and was supplied Music Alley from Mevio (www.musicalley.com). See you in two weeks!


John Manion
nine and a half years ago

My Corporate move from Grand Rapids, MI to Charlotte, NC in 1973 was indeed the move from HELL... It involved me, Knute Rockne, wife and three kids (in three different schools in Feb.)... took 30 days to complete, and Knute didn\'t show up for six months after that. North American Van lines lost their corporate contract with the 80,000 employee EATON Corp, Knute finally arrived \"home\" with us, and the only good thing that happened in that month was a wonderful visit at Charolotte Catholic High with Lou Holtz...