Marty The Motivated Mower

Hello Friends!

I feel motivated this first day of March! 

I really need a better camera. They keep breaking.

Today began with this scripture on my mind.

This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it. Psalms 118:24 KJV https://bible.com/bible/1/psa.118.24.KJV

Several months back, I was looking for an approach to express myself. The story of the Bard Beast and Brother had already been brewing in my noggin, but I was dabbling in other characters. I initially had the idea of creating singing tools and making music videos. 

The Fan Art That Really Motivated Me To Keep Writing

Unfortunately, I cannot sing that well.

One of my characters was going to be Marty, The Motivated Mower. Below is a song I imagine my lawn mower sings. There also is a link to the video I made at the end! Let me know what you think.

For you La Longi history buffs out there, You will see I called myself Jeptha. I had not yet attached that name to the Beast in my story. 

Now….. The Song

Marty The Motivated Mower

Full Throttle Briggs and Stratton

2 Horsepower all noise and action

91 in tank octane high

Outshining the others, I so fly.

Cutting up is this mower’s game

Plug got spark engine got flame

Cause I’m Marty The Motivated Mower

I’m a mulcher got a full size blade

Not a stock mower custom made

Not candy apple red not a show mower

I work for a living scooch on over

Lines to be cut grass in the bag

Push comes to shove don’t be a drag

Cause I’m Marty The Motivated Mower

Put oil the mixer gas from the can

I cut up the grass it’s my only plan

Go full throttle go full out

Bring your A game don’t sit and pout.

Cause I’m Marty The Motivated Mower

You Tube Link

Marty

Have a great day!!!!!

Author: The Storyteller

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. His favorite quote is "Don't count the lions. It will make you afraid and slow you down."

34 thoughts on “Marty The Motivated Mower”

  1. In Jr High I had a few stories about “Loretta and her faithful typewriter”… I’d write them on a shared typewriter and leave the paper in for others to find the stories. But they quickly devolved into all being about wandering into the woods and meeting a handsome lumberjack and his typewriter.

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