It's the beginning of a new year and with it comes all kinds of predictions of how the year will play out.
As I'm writing this column, we've just returned from the annual Family Christmas Communion Service at our church. It is one of my favorite traditions of the Christmas season.
I'm sure you've seen cute signs in stores with ideas for activities called a fall checklist, or fall bucket lists on sites such as Pinterest.
As patrons of The Times, you are accustomed to reading about my family stories, cooking tips and recipes once a month.
"It's difficult to think anything but pleasant thoughts while eating a homegrown tomato." That's a quote by one of my favorite writers, Lewis Grizzard.
It's the age old question. Is the correct pronunciation of the word pecan, "pee-can" or "puh-kan?"
There comes a time in everyone's life when you begin to think about your mortality.
I had a friend ask me a very interesting question the other day.
I have a plaque on my nightstand that says, "The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page."
Wow! It's March already and spring is on the way. And we have daffodils blooming in our yard for goodness sake.
When I was a little girl, the highlight of my week was going to big church.
If you remember from my last column, September is Family Meals Month.
Well, it's September and all God's people said? Amen. I fully realize that the hot weather isn't over but September does bring the hope of autumn. And by this time of the year, I think it goes without saying that we are hoping and dreaming of fall.
Last week, Darrell and I had the pleasure of hosting two young ladies from Up with People in our home. What a wonderful time we had with Regina of China and Mathilde of Belgium.
Whew, we are in the dog days of summer, aren't we?
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"What's in a name?" Juliet asked Romeo.
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