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Uncertainties: life’s filled with them
Back in 2003-04, when my youngest son was an Army MP serving successive tours in war-torn Iraq, we often spent days wondering if he was among the soldiers reported killed in battles or explosions.
A Revised Perspective . . .
My son is an EMT ambulance driver in Oklahoma City. On Monday he spent hours pulling people, alive and dead, from the rubble of what had been their schools and homes.
Traditions . . .
I’ve never bet on a horse race in my life. But I’m a Louisville girl, born and bred, so it just wouldn’t seem right not watching the Kentucky Derby on the first weekend of May.
Hopes and Dreams
My husband spent Monday and Tuesday moving out of Hayes Station.
What is it about certain objects that creates emotional bonding?
Hats Off to Our Volunteers . . .
Have you ever faced a morning with more demands on your to-do list than hours enough in the day to accomplish them?
Let’s Try Something New . . .
I have parents who indulged my creative whims while I was growing up.
Better than jail
A couple of days ago I overheard this exchange between two of our pool players:
Many, Many Thanks
We are so grateful to our community for rallying to support our annual Garage Sale fundraiser. Thanks to all the people who drove out to the base to shop.
Mineral Wells Senior Center’s Giant Garage Sale fundraiser
Activities begin with a 2-hour early-bird preview, tonight, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Shoppers paying a $10 admission fee will have an opportunity to be among the first to browse garage sale items.
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