Ten Things About Audie from Ever the Same

February 27, 2015

Y’all, Audie Barrack. Audie, all the folks.

1. He wanted to be a professional baseball player when he grew up.

2. He’s named after a famous Greenvillite, Audie Murphy.

3. His favorite food on earth is tacos from Molinas.

4. He’s a huge George Strait fan and he has been to 3 concerts. His favorite song is “Write This Down”.

5. He never misses the weather on 10pm TV. Ever.

6. He built his own house on his folks’ ranch.

7. His dad is a long-haul trucker and one of his favorite things (and one of his son’s favorite things) was riding along in the summer and listening to the CB.

8. Audie got poison ivy on his penis once and he didn’t tell his parents because he was afraid they’d have to cut it off.

9. Audie has had full custody of his son since he was three days old.

10. His favorite toy as a little boy was a stuffed cow he named Silly Chicken.

;-)

Much love, y’all

BA

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7 Responses to “Ten Things About Audie from Ever the Same”

  1. H.B. says:

    Interesting facts about Audie. #8 had me cracking up.

  2. JJ says:

    It’s nice to get these facts about Audie so we get to know him more personally. I bet some people won’t know who Audie Murphy is.

  3. Angela says:

    Great facts about Audi
    Nr 8 made me laugh so hard my husband was wondering what i was seeing or reading at my laptop :)
    Nr 10 is very funny too naming a stuffed cow silly chicken instead of silly cow LOL.

  4. batortuga says:

    Audie Murphy is the most decorated American soldier in WWII AND he made a buttload of western films AND his museum is in my hometown (it used to be in the library, when I was a little girl). :D

  5. Trix says:

    Did Audie grow up watching COW AND CHICKEN? That would explain the toy name…

  6. Waxapplelover says:

    #8… :)
    #10….Adorable story.

  7. Helen B says:

    Fun facts, it’s good knowing stuff like this in advance. The story might not have made any sense without knowing fact 5 LOL.

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