There are days when I long for simpler times. I’m aware of the train of thought that goes something like, “The good old days weren’t really so good; people tend to romanticize those days because they’ve forgotten just how hard life really was back then.” I want to go on record as one person who
The Bible is a unique book, to be sure. While it is not a science book, it is scientifically accurate. Though it is not a geography book, it is geographically accurate. It is historically true, and is obviously a spiritually-focused book.
Watching our winter weather has led me to think about seasonal changes. We – much like plants and animals – are affected by the seasons. Many of us may prefer one type of weather more than another.
On the downside of 79 sometimes the passing parade seems only a short glimpse of yesterday… then I look in the mirror and see a face like a barn door; that’s early in the morning---it improves some up in the day… some. But it‘s a dang-sight better than the alternative… Pall and Curtains.
I’m sure there must have been countless studies conducted on the age at which a person develops his or her tastes for different foods. I’m not aware of the age consensus, but for me, it was before the age of five. I know this, because I was put in the unique position of having been raised by a
Many today ask this question in reference to religious matters. Depending upon who we ask, some will say that it does not matter what we believe so long as we are honest and sincere about religious issues. Others will say that what we believe matters, religiously. Which answer is correct?
Saturday January 19th, I went to Poppy’s Dinky Donuts, located at 1379 North Main Street, Beaver Dam, KY 42320 in the Village Shopping Center, between the Village Barber Shop and Purdue Office. Dinky’s is locally owned by Kathy and Larry Hayse, the “young-ins, in-laws, out-laws and all their gra
Men if you are contemplating plighting your troth, and bestowing all your worldly goods, including your autographed picture of Roy Acuff, to a young lady, or even an old one if you’ve never plighted before, here are some things the preacher won’t have time to tell you. It would take too long:
Many of you may remember that my late husband, Larry Craig, had plenty of character. He has been gone for two years (01/16/2011). My daughters and I have lots of Larry, Daddy, and Papa stories. Some of those stories are included below.