The theme for the past week seems to be cold and wet. It has followed me every where I’ve gone.
“There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.”
– John Holmes
I’ll never forget Wesley Ruth’s description of the scene at Normandy Beach as he landed on June 14, 1944.
Last Friday night in Okolona was one of the great examples of why high school football is so entertaining. It featured tremendous athletic ability, stomach churning intensity, absolute elation and take-you-to-your-knees heartbreak, all within just a couple of minutes.
I don’t know how anyone could meet Stephanie Cannon’s bulldog Polka Dot and not instantly feel better. There’s something about a bulldog that anybody can love, even an Ole Miss fan, as Stephanie pointed out during our visit Monday afternoon.
I can’t recall my first cup of coffee, but I certainly do my last. It was about 10 minutes ago, and that holds true for most any time of day I’m asked.
They arrive almost monthly and each time I open one I feel a wide array of emotions. Gerard Louis, of Chanteheup, France, emails me regularly and entertains me with his latest discoveries of the World War II experience and the many Americans who fought and died on his native soil.
“Gravity,” the record-breaking movie starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, is a fast, action-packed thriller that mostly left me asking, how did they do that?
He was one of the best men I’ve ever known and certainly one of the greatest influences of my life.
Dr. Bruce Longest and I made the most of our three day visit to Seattle last weekend for our annual NFL get-away. We took in all the views from the famous Space Needle, watched them toss fish around like footballs at the Pike Place Market in downtown and enjoyed the mild climate during two fabulous football experiences.