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The First Thanksgiving

23 November 2022 at 07:00
They didn’t pile into the SUV, or take a flight and travelΒ over the river and through the woods to Grandma’s house. They didn’t stuff themselves at the dinner table, then nap on the couch or put togetherΒ their Black Friday shopping list.Β  They didn’t crowd around their 60-inch plasma screen and watch football. They spent most […]

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Who Really won

17 November 2022 at 18:46
College football has become big business. The introduction of the NIL-Name Image Likenessβ€”has made it possible for players to get paid huge amounts of money. Some college players are making well over $1 million a year. The introduction of the Transfer Portal has also revolutionized football. If you have a good NIL program, you can […]

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Who Really won

17 November 2022 at 18:46
College football has become big business. The introduction of the NIL-Name Image Likenessβ€”has made it possible for players to get paid huge amounts of money. Some college players are making well over $1 million a year. The introduction of the Transfer Portal has also revolutionized football. If you have a good NIL program, you can […]

Where have I been, you ask?

16 November 2022 at 07:00
I miss all of you, my readers and followers? β€˜ Truth is I’ve been struggling with crippling laptop and Internet issues for more than a week. If my two IT buds from church can’t get them fixed pretty pronto I’m gonna see how far I can sling the ol’ PC into the Alabama River. I’m […]

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Where have I been, you ask?

16 November 2022 at 07:00
I miss all of you, my readers and followers? β€˜ Truth is I’ve been struggling with crippling laptop and Internet issues for more than a week. If my two IT buds from church can’t get them fixed pretty pronto I’m gonna see how far I can sling the ol’ PC into the Alabama River. I’m […]

Thank veterans today

11 November 2022 at 16:30
My dad was a proud World War II veteran. Like most of his friends and youngΒ men in the 1940’s, Japan’s invasion of Pearl Harbor shocked him.Β He enlisted in the Army Air Corps (to eventually become the Air Force) in early 1942. Dad rarely discussed his tour of duty defending our country. He saw plenty and […]

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Thank veterans today

11 November 2022 at 16:30
My dad was a proud World War II veteran. Like most of his friends and youngΒ men in the 1940’s, Japan’s invasion of Pearl Harbor shocked him.Β He enlisted in the Army Air Corps (to eventually become the Air Force) in early 1942. Dad rarely discussed his tour of duty defending our country. He saw plenty and […]

Remembering my dad, active duty soldiers and veterans everywhere today

28 May 2017 at 21:00
Every Memorial Day I like to remember my dad and his service to our country in World War II. Today, let's take a moment to honor all the honorable and heroic men and women who have given their lives in the ultimate sacrifice to preserve the freedoms we enjoy in this democracy.

Tell the Truth

10 November 2022 at 07:00
Some people are able to think big, far out of the box, and follow through in seeing their visions become reality. Such a man was my friend, Ray Scott, who died recently. He had a vision about bass fishing. When he shared it with some of his friends, they laughed at him. One friend of […]

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Tell the Truth

10 November 2022 at 07:00
Some people are able to think big, far out of the box, and follow through in seeing their visions become reality. Such a man was my friend, Ray Scott, who died recently. He had a vision about bass fishing. When he shared it with some of his friends, they laughed at him. One friend of […]

Our sweet dog Bo

8 November 2022 at 07:00
I was the editor of a weekly newspaper in Alabama in 1995. One very nice Spring Sunday afternoon Marie and I drove to the animal shelter in Wetumpka. I was writing a story on overcrowding at the shelter. While we were there a man drove up in a pickup with five six-week old German Shepherd-Beagle […]

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Our sweet dog Bo

8 November 2022 at 07:00
I was the editor of a weekly newspaper in Alabama in 1995. One very nice Spring Sunday afternoon Marie and I drove to the animal shelter in Wetumpka. I was writing a story on overcrowding at the shelter. While we were there a man drove up in a pickup with five six-week old German Shepherd-Beagle […]

Gay Pride Parade Weekend

2 November 2022 at 07:00
ATLANTA–Every year on the second weekend in October thousands of gays and queers ( Oops. Can I even say that word any more? Can I call someone a queer without being called a racist or a bigot?) Gay pride is a cast-in-stone, dyed-in-the-wool MISNOMER! Every year thousands of them march and decry their gayness and […]

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1 November 2022 at 07:00
Two Sparrows and my hair numberΒ #539 d I have no clue how many hairs I have on my head. I never think about it. I know I don’t have nearly as many as I did 20 years ago. But I don’t care about my hair. But apparently God does. He counted them all. And are […]

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Family is an invaluable blessing

31 October 2022 at 07:00
I am blessed way more than any child of God deserves to be. First, I was born into a typical midwestern WW2 Veteran family. We lived on a quiet street in a neighborhood of families like ours in Shenandoah, Iowa. My brother Sam and I both had plenty of friends and spent seasons (even Winter) […]

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Gay Pride Parade Weekend

2 November 2022 at 07:00
ATLANTA–Every year on the second weekend in October thousands of gays and queers ( Oops. Can I even say that word any more? Can I call someone a queer without being called a racist or a bigot?) Gay pride is a cast-in-stone, dyed-in-the-wool MISNOMER! Every year thousands of them march and decry their gayness and […]

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1 November 2022 at 07:00
Two Sparrows and my hair numberΒ #539 d I have no clue how many hairs I have on my head. I never think about it. I know I don’t have nearly as many as I did 20 years ago. But I don’t care about my hair. But apparently God does. He counted them all. And are […]

Family is an invaluable blessing

31 October 2022 at 07:00
I am blessed way more than any child of God deserves to be. First, I was born into a typical midwestern WW2 Veteran family. We lived on a quiet street in a neighborhood of families like ours in Shenandoah, Iowa. My brother Sam and I both had plenty of friends and spent seasons (even Winter) […]

How do you handle defeat?

28 October 2022 at 11:34
How do you handle defeats in life? Defeats do come. Nobody wins every time they go on the playing field, or business negotiations, or doctor’s visit, or any venue in life. It’s always fun to win, but how we handle defeat usually tells more about who we really are. The third Saturday in October has […]

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