Bill Lively takes a newspaper reporter?s approach to looking back at his life?focusing on who, what, where, when, why, and how. Every important answer revolves around his late wife, Nancy Dorsey, the most beautiful woman he ever met who gave him four children, and who in turn had seven children of their own. He has often wondered how different life would be if he had not been asked to come to Louisville to play football and if Nancy?s grandfather had not asked her to help him tend to his house. Without those two things, the couple would probably have never met. He also looks back at his upbringing and the many years he spent as an auditor, which required determining the condition, cause, and effect of an item being examined. In many ways, it was similar to analyzing his own life?the main condition was his marriage, the cause was how the marriage came about, and the effects were children, grandchildren, and eventually future descendants. Join Bill as he pays tribute to his wife and celebrates his family and the friends he made on his journey in this inspiring autobiography.In 1940, he gave me a 20 gauge double barrel shotgun I used when we hunted for rabbits, squirrels, dove and quail. ... and after several questionable diagnosisa#39;s, it was determined that he had contracted tularemia from the fox or rabbit skins.
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