As part of this collection, Kenn addresses life, love, common sense, manners, morals, values, and beliefs, with a sprinkling of his own thoughts and opinions. Some of the entries are humorous, while others are more serious and thought provoking.
Things I Wanted my Grandson to Know Before I Leave and Things I wanted My Grandsons to Know Before I leave, both offer a heartwarming glimpse into the character and integrity of one man and into the depth of his love for his grandsons.
1. ” Worry is like riding a rocking horse; it passes time but doesn’t take you anywhere.”
2. “Learn to say ‘Thanks, Honey, that’s just the way I like it’, even when the yolks are hard and the toast burnt.”
Written by a loving grandfather for his grandsons, both books present a collection of quotes, sayings, snippets, and observations that author Kenn Stobbe believes helped him live a successful , God-centered life.
1. “Backin’ down ain’t always the opposite of backin’ up. And when it’s not, it often requires humility and courage.”
2. “You can never tell which direction a frog will jump by the size of its feet.”
Kenn Stobbe has always admired the cowboy way of life-simple, hardworking, and honest. He and his wife, Jan, make their home in ranching country northwest of Burwell, Nebraska, in the beautiful Nebraska Sandhills. www.kennstobbe.com