Brady C. Ervin was born in Covington, Tennessee; raised in North Little Rock, Arkansas. Obtained BBA ,Industrial Management, from South Arkansas University, Magnolia, Arkansas. He now lives in Heber Springs, Arkansas: on the shore of Lake Greers ...
Brady C. Ervin was born in Covington, Tennessee; raised in North Little Rock, Arkansas. Obtained BBA ,Industrial Management, from South Arkansas University, Magnolia, Arkansas. He now lives in Heber Springs, Arkansas: on the shore of Lake Greers Ferry. He lives with his wife of 47 years, Ginger and his grandson, Dustin. They have two daughters, Gwen Ervin-McLarty (Kelly) and Tonya (deceased).Brady is self employed with a Chemical Sales Company and is a part-time tree farmer. He planted trees to prevent any future desire to raise cows. His love for the Lord Jesus Christ has enabled him to write a book of poems: \x34A Potpourri of Thoughts in Rhyme; From a Christian Point of View.\x34 I would appreciate your input. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
TO LOSE OR NOT TO LOSE
Passing by a mirror,
I looked at my profile.
I guess I have gained some weight,
I had avoided a mirror for a while.
A pound here or a pound behind,
They seem to come too fast.
But I have the answer,
To exercise and lose those pounds at last.
It is not too easy as the years accumulate,
Soon forty years I will double.
And to lose weight I must,
Stop eating and that is real trouble.
The MD said I need to lose,
And he is skinny as a rail.
He does not know the joy in gaining,
And loosing I usually fail.
The MD says my health would be better,
If my weight I would lose.
Now I must make a choice,
To eat or starve, which will I choose?
Exercise is not an option,
I do not like pain.
Are sore muscles and kinks worth it all?
I may just keep the gain.
When I sweat, I smell like a hawg,
It reminds me of sausage and then,
I go into the kitchen,
And I have too eat again.
Brady C. Ervin