Meal time for kitties can be an adventure
I believe God gave us housecats because we didn’t have enough to worry about. They are puzzling little puffs of fur that seem to be constantly developing new sets of peculiarities.
I've got my rib back!
Much has changed since Jan. 19, 2008.
Bruce Almighty, Man on the Moon, Major League – gone.
Complete rooms decorated with sports memorabilia – gone.
More than a dozen trips to catch baseball in Arlington – gone.
Exhausted, but happier than ever
Wow, what a rush!
I can not begin to explain the emotions I experienced on Monday, March 17 as Maylee Grace Wilson made her debut.
Yes, there were tears.
Yes, this “Iron Man” showed the emotion he hoped and prayed for.
Over the two weeks I was home with Maylee and my wife Lacie, I experienced a plethora of emotions - emotions rather rare in my life.
As expected, there was little sleep at the hospital. With the way Maylee acted her first night, I thought I might be able to catch a little shut-eye once we got home.
Music helps deal with life’s situations, good or bad
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once said, “Music is the universal language of mankind.”
With music, it can help us deal with tragic situations, help us deal with the loss of a loved one, make us want to dance, make us want to sing along to the words, or help us calm down after a long day of work.
‘Small town, USA’ has advantages, disadvantages
Living in a small town can have its advantages and disadvantages. For me, personally, I love “Small Town USA.”
Some disadvantages possibly are: if you do something out of character, everyone will know by tomorrow morning; everybody tends to be related, so watch what you say; limited resources; it's not easy to broaden your horizons; and driving more than 50 miles to the nearest mall.
A habit in a society and in a home that should stop
It was Tuesday that I was walking back to my car on the Walmart parking lot, when a business acquaintance of mine who comes to the Review office sometimes, stopped her car in front of me to say hello.
I noticed her doing something that happens at almost any moment she is around, without the office surroundings. She had a cigarette in her hand.
TVCC Lady Cards add to school’s winning legacy
When I came to work in Henderson County in 1991, the Trinity Valley Community College Cheerleaders had already picked up a couple of national titles. Coach Connie Russell had the team doing things few had ever seen cheerleading squads do. Russell retired after winning five times on the national stage.
Let’s all follow Tom’s lead
My first-born child is here and there is a hero for her to admire already.
Giving businesses choice is not legalizing discrimation
The bar owner was blunt. A couple of weeks ago, he announced that people of a certain persuasion would not be allowed into his establishment.
To demonstrate his seriousness, he had head shots printed of those who are not welcome to make sure that his security team would deny them entry.
I am Iron Man, the suit and I are one
The suit is damaged, it might not hold up this time.
Like many men, I have hidden my emotions behind a suit of armor for years.
Happy, sad, excited or mad – my external emotions were never displayed.
In some ways that was a good thing, but in others...
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