There comes a time in every boy
Most of us have been in a situation where we have had a few minutes to just let our minds wander. It happens sometimes when we are stuck in traffic or waiting in a check-out line.
Last Wednesday, Ruth Ann and I took our friend out for dinner at Staceys Restaurant at Wilmington. This kid is 97 years young and we have been friends for over 50 years.
I was using a pocketknife the other day that belonged to my Dad, and Yvonne mentioned being sure to put it in my dresser drawer instead of on top of the dresser where our grandson might find it. Good idea, we don
I found that many pet peeves are universal. One of the top irritants is going through a fast food drive through, getting your order messed up and not finding out until you get home with the food.
Life has a way of changing our situations sometimes in such subtle ways that we aren’t even aware of the change happening.
Last week on Saturday, the Grange had the judging for the adults and juniors crafts they made. The age categories for the juniors are 5 to 8 years, 9 to 11 yrs. and 12 to 14 years.
A few weeks ago Yvonne and I made a trip down below Hazard, Ky. to visit her nephew Dean Cornett and his family. Regular readers may recall I wrote about a trip to Dean
The Ohio Valley Antique Machinery Show is history and it was a great one
Lois Brown Dale, founding director of Clermont Senior Services, passed away on Aug. 16, just 11 days shy of her 92nd birthday. With her passing we are changed, not because she has left us, but because she touched us.