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Get Cooking

January 24, 2013 What better way is there to stay warm than to heat up the kitchen? So let’s get cooking. It was chili weekend last Saturday and Sunda. more »»

Pay it Forward

January 22, 2013 I have witnessed several instances this winter where people are paying it forward. Some are old tricks while others are completely new ideas to m. more »»

Check, Please!

January 17, 2013 Every so often you hear how this is “such and such” week, or “National doo-dah Day”, as it seems that just about every occupation, cause or whatchmacallit has a special observance all of its own. more »»

Tell Me A Story

January 15, 2013 The title of the article:?“Author Claims Children Are Good Writers Before Born...” An interesting concept, perhaps something of a stretch. more »»

Cleaning and Quilting

January 10, 2013 One of my favorite tasks before moving was cleaning out our house as we started to pack. Call me crazy but I’ve always been a very organized person. more »»

Rules To Ponder

January 8, 2013 You can’t hardly watch television without seeing some kind of ad for the latest smart phone, and everyone HAS to have it. more »»

Winter Travel Woes

January 4, 2013 Who ever would have thought it would take two days to travel to San Antonio, Texas...flying...not driving. Winter travel can be risky with weather being the unknown factor. more »»

New Years’ Wishes

January 2, 2013 Here it is, the start of a new year. more »»

Blown Away

December 28, 2012 As an avid concert goer and fan of live music, I get excited for shows when I know they will be outstanding live performances. more »»

Times Are Changing

December 26, 2012 As schools have re-organized and in some cases, closed their doors completely and dissolved, one casualty that is easily forgotten is the athletic conference that the school participated in. more »»

Yes, Virginia, There Is A Santa Claus

December 20, 2012 One of the most famous newspaper editorials of all time has to do with Christmas. It first appeared September 21, 1897, in the pages of a leading newspaper of the day, the New York Sun. more »»

Readin’ & Writin’ And Other Stuff

December 18, 2012 How important is penmanship? It was a huge disappointment to me when I heard that schools will not be teaching cursive writing as part of their curriculum. Don’t misunderstand, it will be taught... more »»

New To Town

December 13, 2012 “Sorry, I’m new here,” has been a common phrase for me these days. I am surrounded by new places, new faces, new events and new wor. more »»

A Day Of Infamy

December 11, 2012 As one drove around the area on Friday, you might have noticed flags flying at half-staff, and many might not have given that fact a second thought. more »»

Let’s Celebrate

December 6, 2012 The weekend was bustling with holiday events The lighted Christmas Parade was a big hit. It almost looked like St. Pat’s weekend with all the people downtown. more »»

Let’s Make A Deal

December 4, 2012 OK, I will confess. I am a vehicle junki. more »»

It’s Christmas!

November 29, 2012 It’s that wonderful time of year when Thanksgiving transitions to Christmas. It’s time for decorating and baking, in anticipation of time with family. more »»

Reality Check

November 27, 2012 Wanna hear a good one? This has to be the ultimate in whining... more »»

Dare To Imagine

November 20, 2012 In these times of economic hardship, many entities are struggling with finances. more »»

Do People Really Read Public Notices?

November 15, 2012 We hear this question time and again and the answer is always: YES! People do really read public notices. more »»

 
 

 

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