Do You Know What Today Is?

Pig Writes:



Well it’s March 1, 2013 and do you know what that means?

It’s time to pay that house payment – Yes.

Need to go to the grocery store and stock up – Ah Huh.

Still need to file my taxes – Yeap, that too.

What else is there about March 1st?

It’s Friday – the weekend is here, Yea!

Your getting close, keep trying.

Oh, oh, oh, I know. It’s Share a Smile Day.


Smile! (Photo credit: sirwiseowl)

Wow, you’re getting warmer, here’s a hint. What coincides with Share a Smile Day?

I know, I know, it’s Peanut Butter Lovers Day.

Peanut butter is a semi-solid and can therefor...

Peanut butter is a semi-solid and can therefore hold peaks. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Your getting warmer, try one more time.

You say you can’t think of anything else it could be?

I just can’t believe you, Don’t you know March 1st is National Pig Day.


That’s right folks today is the day we all pay homage to the pig – in other words to ME!

Devil's Marbleyard: Pig

Devil’s Marbleyard: Pig (Photo credit: Vicky TGAW)

Oh joy, oh joy all hail Pig!

Thank you, thank you you may now kiss my hove.


One More Step Up


Greetings to all my Pig fans out there.

 Best Buddies

I have great news today. 


There are times in our lives when we achieve great accomplishments.


Like drinking our first beer.


Or scoring your first (real) phone number from a hot babe.

 What a smile

Perhaps it could be the first time you reach 100MPH on a motorcycle and still be in 3rd gear.


For writers it could be your first cover story on a magazine.  And that is what has been accomplished for me.


Yeap, squeeze me til I squeal cause I just got my first cover story writing for Thunder Roads Texas Magazine.


I’m so happy about; I wanted to share it with you all. 


It’s a story about two people falling in love and riding off into the sunset together.

 Isn't she pretty

Read it and tell me what you think.


Ride HARD or Stay Home.





This is God’s Country, Don’t Ride Through it Like Hell.




For those of you who didn’t hear, yesterday I spoke of an event so powerful it will change your life. 


An event so awesome that there will never be another one like it. 


This event is guaranteed to remove any and all symptoms of cabin fever or broken heart syndrome.


“Is there a catch to it” you ask?


Only one, you just have to be there.


We are three days and a awake up from the St. Valentines Day Massacre hosted by the Alamo City Gypsy’s.  This year the Rally will be in Hondo at the Medina County Fairgrounds.


There will be beer & B.B.Q..


There will be babes.


There will be bands with live music.


I am sending this out as a personal invite for all to come and enjoy a weekend of the biker lifestyle.


Leave me a reply if you are going or not.  For those of you who cannot be there letme know so I can drink a beer in your honor.   


The Winter Months Take Thier Toll


Pig Writes



Greetings to all my fine friends and companions.

 Got a Light?

Has the winter months been getting you down?


Did you NOT get everything you wanted for Christmas?


Did the 49’ers loss in the Super Bowl put you into a state of depression?


Or maybe you have a touch of the cabin fever?


Let me guess: Your girl friend just dumped you so she wouldn’t have to buy you a Valentines Gift?


Stop all that flubbering.  Put down that bag of Cheetos.  Dry your eyes and blow your nose.  Because I have great news just for you. 


We are 4 days and a wake up from a great event.  It is an event so powerful it will change your life.


Are You Ready For This?


It is now 4 days till the St. Valentines Day Massacre.


Yeap. Starting this Friday and running until Sunday there will be 3 days of pure biker partying.  And let me tell you buddy; this is one rally I am pumped up for.


I want you to make plans to be there, because come rain or shine we are gonna tear it up and I want you to be there standing (or leaning) right next to me.

 So come on down to South Texas for a party you will not soon forget. (Unless you wake up that way)

I’ll be back soon with more details.


Ride HARD or Stay Home.








Pig Writes





It has been awhile since my last real dream.

I’m not talking about the kind you have when you sleep.

Those you have no control over.


I’m talking about the dreams for the future.

The dreams of what you desire for your life.

The ones you want your life to become.


I feel like I have lost mine.

I know they are not gone.

It just seems I lost direction in making mine come true.

For now I feel like a car stuck in the mud.

No traction – just spinning in the slick.


Have you ever felt that way?


What have you done to get them back?


It’s funny how we always know what we want.

Achieving those dreams is never easy.

Only we are the master of our own future.


A new car or bigger house.

A shining new Harley.

A harem of hot women with no commitment issues.

Or maybe it’s a dream of financial security.


My dreams are my drive.

They motivate me to do better with my life.

They push me to achieve them.


I have to get them back.


What do your dreams do for you?


Drop me a comment of what your dreams do for you.  I would love to hear them and any suggestions you may have in helping me find my dreams.


May I Quote You On That

Greetings to all my Piglets out there,

So you think you can kick my ass.

For today’s post I wanted to share with you a few twisted rambling thoughts. You already know how I love to write and to tell stories of my and Rainman’s adventures out there on the road. I also love to collect quotations and use them in some of my stories. Writers, enthusiasts and people of character will use quotations by famous people in their writing all the time. I, for one, have even used a few of my own quotes as well. No, it does not mean I have become famous yet, but one day I just might. Want to hear one of my soon to be famous quotes? Here goes: “I shall fear no beer.” – Pig Pretty cool, huh?

Do you have a favorite quote you like to use?

Quotes help enable the writer to get their point across by using people of authority to validate the written word. I find that it also makes the writing a little more interesting.

In the biker world, quotations can be used to describe many situations or circumstances we bikers may face at any particular time. Example: “If you could kick the person responsible for most of your troubles, you would not be able to sit down for six months.” – Unknown

We are the one responsible for our own situation. In order for me to fulfill that quote, well, to be honest, I would first have to pick my ass up off the floor from being kicked.

So, do you boys come here often?

Quotes are great for describing things in regards to a particular journey in your story. Let’s try: “We cannot discover new oceans until we have the courage to lose sight of the shore.” – Muriel Chen

That could replace my quote of “No bar is too far for this Pig.” – Pig

Sometime I get a little writers block and using a quote from someone famous can help lengthen short writings. Here is the long version. “Security is mostly superstition. It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.” – Helen Keller

And now the shorter version “Famous last words of a biker – watch this.” – Unknown

Quotations can even be used to describe a person’s thoughts as they are doing something. Example: “The rung of a ladder was never meant to rest upon, but only to hold a man’s foot enough to enable him to put the other somewhat higher.” – Thomas H. Huxley said the Pig as he climbed upon the top of the large vat of beer.

When you must take a stance with your feet planted firmly on the ground as serious action is about to take place you can use something like this: Peter Drucker once said “There is the risk you cannot afford to take, and there is the risk you cannot afford not to take.” Hey! We’re out of beer and Flaming Hot Cheetos – someone drive me down to the icehouse.

It’s funny how some people quote themselves so much that they have become predictable. I know mom’s favorite quote has always been “If you don’t get in there and clean that room, I’ll beat you with a switch.” – Mom

Some quotes have the ability to remind you of what is important. I really like this next one. “The great tragedy of life is not death, but what dies inside of us while we live.” – Norman Cousins yeah, I can dig that.

I asked earlier if you have a favorite quote. What is it? I would love to know. Drop me a comment for all of us to enjoy. If I get some really good ones, I’ll see if I can use them in my next story. Giving you full credit of course.

In closing I would like to leave you with a quote that I use on a regular basis. It is a great quote from a man who faced opposition everyday. But he had the courage to look past that opposition to see what wondrous prize was awaiting him on the other side. I keep this quote on a sticky note next to my keyboard to remind me to never give up, to never quit. That quote is:

Great spirits will always encounter violent opposition from mediocre minds.” – Albert Einstein

Ride HARD or Stay Home