Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – Kentucky Days by Kevin Cooper

Another post from the archives of Kevin Cooper and here is part one of his time of living in Kentucky.

Kentucky Days by Kevin Cooper

Morning View

My first, ever car was a 1974 Cadillac sedan deville. It was my second year over in the states and I had just passed my driving test. Considering that I almost got run down by a car my first week over there makes this look like a miracle. I had looked the wrong way before crossing the road. The language coming from the driver who swerved to avoid me, I’ll never forget. Then he was gone and I was left standing there, dumbfounded.

I remember, Doug, my pastor from the Free-Methodist Church we attended laughing his arse off. I rang him almost immediately after getting it; I couldn’t wait to go and show it off to him. “Couldn’t you have found a bigger car, Kev?” He almost doubled over as I pulled up outside the church. He put his arm around me when I got out, still laughing.

via Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – Kentucky Days by Kevin Cooper

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