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Sunday, May 24, 2015
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The last train, the last straw ...
So I was once mistaken for a homeless person in New York's Grand Central Station.
Memorial Day about more than barbecues
Memorial Day should mean more than a three-day weekend. This weekend isn't simply a time for barbecues, family get-togethers and an extra day off of work.
Husband-training tips for the modern wife
Who all here has a husband in the 21st century? OK, now who all here married in 2008 or later? Congratulations -- you are a "modern" wife, and that's what I'm going to talk about today.
The lazy days of summer are a thing of the past
I remember when I was a kid, waking up that first day after school got out for the summer and thinking about how wonderful it was that there was absolutely nothing I had to do.
And now for a blatant PDA ...
I talk a lot these days about my own life's journey and re-discovering myself and I know it's all just a little bit too "Eat, Pray, Love" sometimes ... but there's one aspect of this journey I haven't covered yet.
Congrats to the class of 2015
Twenty years ago this month, I accepted a diploma from former Gosnell High School Principal Charles Yarbro -- signed by his legendary pen.
Zombie apocalpyse is already here
Last weekend, I was watching one of my favorite TV shows, "The Walking Dead." I'm a die-hard fan of the show, especially of Daryl Dixon.
With the rains come the weeds
Every couple of days or so for the past three weeks I have been lugging out the garden hose and moving the sprinkler around my garden. So I have been overjoyed the past several days by all the rain we have been getting.
Mayfest: Great time to soak up community pride
If you want to feel community pride, take a walk down Main Street this weekend.
Letters to the EditorYou, and the choices you make, matter (05/22/15)
Parent uphappy with treatment of student (05/11/15)
Tobacco numbers don't lie (05/07/15)