Cranky Pilgrims, small towns and pass the blessings
We attended our first grandchild program on Friday at Westminster Presbyterian Early Childhood Academy. Let me just say there were four grandparents and two parents in our row bursting with pride in one tall little Pilgrim.
‘Tarzan’ scores a touchdown
Rough estimate sum is that I have written over 200 columns about Corsicana Tiger football, and zero about Corsicana High School Theater. Until today.
I had the privilege of spending most of my most recent Sunday afternoon in the auditorium at Corsicana High School watching some very talented CHS students perform the play “Tarzan.”
Live longer and stronger
The Little Woman (not her favorite nickname) showed me an article in her current “Woman’s Day” magazine entitled, “Six ways to lower your blood pressure.”
Am I the only one who has had a holiday-related panic attack thus far this year?
And, another question. Is the holiday panic attack exclusive to women?
Nov. 22, 1963 is one of those watershed moments when the world changed. In less than two weeks we will mark the 50th anniversary of the John F. Kennedy assassination.
Who stole Thanksgiving?
I don’t know about up there in Texas, but down here in Sarasota, Fla., we seem to have gone directly from Halloween to Christmas.
Fast Dogs, faster horses and a cute filly
Here’s an update on the saga of Ginger Pawlowski’s dog, Jack: Not long after we had sent our pages to Palestine to print last Friday, I learned that Jack had been returned to his home.
Letters to the Editor 11/9/13
To the Editor: In response to Mr. Charles Lennon’s Letter to the Editor on Nov. 2, I would like to add one other trait that shows a “lack of integrity”
Once upon a time, I fantasized about writing and publishing a joke book entitled “2001 One-liners for Every Occasion.” I had two hard and fast rules about compiling this masterpiece: nothing is sacred; and I’ll steal from anybody. To that end, I have quite a collection of quotes from the famous, the near famous, and the anonymous.
A dog's tale
Remember Snoopy sitting atop his dog house with his typewriter (presumably manual) trying to start the Great Beagle Novel, which always began, “It was a dark and stormy night?”
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