As I’ve said before, my environmental guilt is causing me to consider adding some trees to my yard. Over the past year, I’ve lost five mature trees. So, I’ve added a small new one and have been considering others. I did not know that choosing a tree was so complicated.
Tom T. Hall loves ". . . little baby ducks . . . PICKUP TRUCKS . . . " Me too.
Last year, my youngest son, Jax, was mad at me because I would not buy him a treat from the vending machine we had to walk past everyday when we would leave the daycare located at WKU. The rule is IF he had a good week at “school” then he could have a treat on Friday. Needless to say, we had th
I awoke on Saturday past with two thoughts running through my mind. The first was, “This is the last day of my two-week care-taking of Sabria (my granddaughter). The second was, “My body feels like it has been beaten with a baseball bat.” At the time, I was lying in the bed in my daughter’s ro
There were 100 entries into the Quality Cruise-in on Saturday, June 23. For at least 4 hours, cars, trucks, tractors and motorcycles made the trek to Quality. Believe it or not, the farthest to come to the show came from Georgia!
To politicians fluent in Orwellian “Newspeak,” it’s known as the “ Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” (PPACA).
Saturday night, June 16th, a large crowd of music and car enthusiasts gathered at Pizza Zone for the St.
I’ve been a resident of Morgantown and Butler County for over 30 years and my roots go pretty deep. My late husband and I have lived and worked here, raised our children here, and have a tombstone here.
“Be thou diligent to know the state of thy flocks, and look well to thy herds.” (Prov. 27:23).
One evening at a monthly family meal at our church, I was sitting at the table with my 4 boys. The husband was working late that day and so it was up to me to keep everyone under control, which is like trying to herd cats. Here’s how the meal went: “Mom!