The Almighty Eagle

Story by William Cash Neve (Big Daddy Cash)

I am called  Almighty Cash

actual images much larger keeper of the skies. They call me a Bald Eagle but I’m far from Bald. I have a pure white crown made up of over 200 feathers. When I soar through the skies I spread my wings a full seven feet. My beak is large with razor sharp edges an a hook at its tip. I proudly stand almost a yard high and weigh close to 14 lbs. And my sight is so sharp that I can spot tiny creatures on earth from high in the sky. It is my distinct pleasure to be honored as Americas symbol for freedom. I have writen a truely unique story about about me called The Magnificent King of The Sky.

Hello Friends, My name is Cash The Almighty and I’m here in all my grand glory to tell you a story. If that line makes it sound like I have an inflated ego then I’ve made my point. I’m a mighty bald eagle and proud to be what I am, I stand for freedom and courage all over the world and in America they’ve made me their national symbol. Now that I’ve given myself a pat on the back I’ll start my story. I’ll take you back twenty years to the time when Big Daddy Cash found me in the wilderness torn and tattered and almost dead. Thank God for Cash and his son. If it were not for them I wouldn’t be here to write this story. You see, I was young and fearless and threw caution to the wind. All things were new and exciting and I had to explore everything. Curiosity took me too close to a hungry mountain lion and he was on me so fast that I had no time to defend myself. As luck would have it Cash and his son were just rounding a bend where all this took place and the lion, who was more afraid of humans then he was hungry for me, took off running. I was hurt real bad and just on the edge of consciousness but I can remember, as Cash picked me up, turning my head to look into his eyes, somehow I knew that I was in good hands. When I regained consciousness the first thing I heard was.. "Cash, the humane thing to do is to put that poor bird out of it’s misery" and Big Daddy replied " I can’t do that, this bird’s going to fly again, mark my words." For the next year Big Daddy nursed me day and night giving me all the love and care that he had to give. Finally after a little over a year Big Daddy said… "Come on Big Fella It’s time for you to fly. Just remember you can do it if you have the will and the courage to try." He took me way up high in the mountains above a place called Granite Canyon. The last thing he said to me was "I love you and I’ll miss you but it’s time for you to go back where you belong. So I’ll give you the name… Cash The Almighty… keeper of the sky. God be with you! Goodbye."

Several years have past bye since that fateful day but I’ll remember Big Daddy Cash and the wonderful things that he taught me for as long as I live. Cash once told me that I could be anything that I wanted to be, do anything that I wanted to do and have anything that I wanted to have all I needed was the courage to try. I apply this thought to all things that I do and it’s brought me greatness and made me the true keeper of the sky as well as all things below.

Remember this as I proudly soar through the sky I’m keeping my eye on you.

Cash Almighty

American Bald Eagle American Bald Eagle The bald eagle was designated as the national bird of the United States in 1782. Its name does not imply a lack of feathers, but instead is derived from the word piebald, meaning “marked with white.” The bald eagle reigns as the second-largest bird of prey in North America, after the California condor.

The Eagle that cried on Sept. 11th for the victims of a cowardly act of terrorism.


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Why is the Eagle the national emblem of the United States?



Hi I’m Cash Almighty the most courageous creature in all of the sky. I soar through the atmosphere with the greatest of ease You’ll know I stand for courage and

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