This is a "testing"
example of the type of content this website will have. We are still
under construction and our completion date is unknown at this time.
My life has been full of detours the last few years and I'm faced
with the possibility that this website may never be anything more
than a dream.
The articles below are only
examples, not full articles. Meaning; the links of ach article will
not lead to the full article. The navigation buttons on the left are
not fully functional yet, either. However, the "Fun & Games
link is active and leads to a few simple but fun games that you can
download for free.
The "Fun & Games"
webpage is up & running. Use the link on the left for a little bit
of fun and relaxation.
Happy Hillbilly's goal is to provide an entertaining, informative
and encouraging website. We hope to become your "one-stop"
place on the web for humor, games, news and Spiritual strengthening.
There will be other areas we hope will be of interest to you but this
is the underlying purpose of HappyHillbilly.com.
Happy Hillbilly will try to provide a source of relaxation from today's
grueling world in the form of humor, games, crossword puzzles, etc..
Happy Hillbilly is dedicated to presenting the rock-solid truth of
today's headlines. We thoroughly investigate each story, gathering
information from both the left and the right, and present you with
the facts, allowing you to come to your own conclusions. Fairness
at it's finest. I promise you that HappyHillbilly.com will be the
name that you can really trust. "Fair and Trustworthy";
How about that?
Happy Hillbilly will also try to encourage and strengthen you in
your Spiritual life. It's so easy to get knocked off course or lose
sight of what should be our "ultimate" goal due to life's
bumps and bruises. It doesn't matter how many times we fall, it's
how many times we get back up and press on that counts.
The dog in the banner across the top of this page is "Pooch",
the family dog, from a 1963 photo. Reckon my sense of humor's hereditary?
Having an older brother, my life was filled with "hand-me-downs,"
so it came as no surprise that I got Pooch's pedal car when he outgrew