On February 22, 1959, Daytona International Speedway hosted the inaugural Daytona 500. A field of 59 cars took the green flag for the race, with the prize that day being $67,760. A crowd of 41,000 were in attendance to see Lee Petty take the checkered flag, and witness the beginning of another
‘Lost’ has be defined as missing or unable to be found. It can also mean something that was wasted or not used in a valuable way. The first definition – missing or unable to be found – describes my experience.
The notion that the past predicts the future has been around long, and proven to be true over and over: we could almost call it a law--like gravity or centrifugal force. We welcome calamity when we fail to heed this.
Dolly Parton was listening to her car radio when she first heard Whitney Houston’s version of the song, “I Will Always Love You,” a song Dolly had written years before. Dolly said her first reaction was to say, “Is that my little song?” It was a case of the writer reacting to
If you're a woman, then you know what it's like to "just have a feeling." Our husbands and our children most likely think we are crazy when we say this. We have all heard the term "mother's intuition." I believe God gives women an extra sense. A sense that throws a red flag in our hearts, not
“Rethink Possible” is AT&T’s current marketing motto. Government’s dictum, on the other hand, is “Regulate Possible until rethinking possible becomes impossible.”
Still Much Work to Do at Halfway Point
Country as Cornbread What a fabulous week God has blessed us with. I hope everyone reading feels the same. We often think it has to be something "huge" to realize how blessed they are, but blessings come in all shapes and sizes.
Sunday night February 12 the Grammy’s were held. Aside from the awards themselves, the show always produces some memorable, sometimes awkward, moments. Of course, this year’s event would begin with mention of the passing 24 hours earlier of Whitney Houston. There were tributes sprinkled throug
Dear Andrew, I was appalled to read a press release yesterday that David Adkisson is bringing the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce out in support of expanded gambling and wrote an editorial on it as cited below.