Blue Lightning (A Very Special Guest Post) [Re-Blog]

Because I was thinking about him today, I’ve decided to re-blog Paul Curran’s very first guest post on this site. Two years ago already! I was so honored to have him send stories for me to publish, and I miss him – every time I pass a large truck, I think of Paul Curran. I’ll bet you do, too.

Cordelia's Mom, Still

WelcomeAboardMany bloggers have seen comments on their posts and on posts by others from an individual named “Paul” – his comments are often wittier than the posts they’re written on!  Some of us have been encouraging Paul to start his own blog, but he says he’s not ready yet.  We intend to change that.

I am honored that Paul has agreed to guest post for me today.  Please join me in encouraging him to post on a regular basis.



By Paul Curran


Many thanks to Cordelia’s Mom for this opportunity to guest post on her site. I was reading an article on lightning recently, and the following experience came rushing back that I would like to share. At the time, I owned and operated my own temperature controlled tractor-trailer hauling from Newfoundland, Canada to the United States. Typically we hauled frozen fish to the States and produce back. As you will…

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9 Responses to Blue Lightning (A Very Special Guest Post) [Re-Blog]

  1. Thank you for that. I miss him too and think of him when I see trucks.

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  2. Thanks for sharing Paul’s first guest post, CM. I miss him too! ( ◜◒◝ )♡

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  3. Tippy Gnu says:

    What a hair-raising account. Thanks for reviving that classic from Paul.

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  4. prior.. says:

    I have bookmarked this to read over the upcoming thanksgiving holiday – looking forward to it – ❤️️❤️️❤️️❤️️❤️️❤️️❤️️❤️️ #paulcuran


    • If you haven’t read it before, you’ll especially enjoy it. Paul had a very gripping way of story-telling.

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      • prior.. says:

        Well I knew of his story telling skills and I had some closure when he passed because about 4 or 5 months before he passed – I got caught up on a few of his pieces and we shared some comment talk! That was fun at the time, but it means even more now and I am grateful –
        Anyhow – looking for meats to it and hope you have a nice day cookie cakes

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