Having a birthday in December is tough, and the closer the date to Christmas the harder it is.
The Christmas decor at the Bruce red-light, intersection of Hwy 9 and 32 looks great. It’s new this year– lighted deer and a sleigh and really adds a lot to the corners.
Latest Grisham book starts slow, but picks up; Ellie Kathryn doesn’t believe in throwing candy in parade
John Grisham’s new book Gray Mountain was a little slow starting, but picked up to his usual style after the first hundred or so pages.
This year, I have realized the pattern of my Christmas shopping over the past few years, but it’s too late to do anything about it.
After a month of “intending to,” I made April McGreger’s Sweet Potato Hummus over the weekend and loved it.
Sunday afternoon we attended a baby shower for niece Abby Rea at the home of Stacey Plunk west of Bruce in the Parker community.
One of the highlights of the annual Sweet Potato Festival Banquet to me is certainly the array of sweet potato desserts. Desserts come from the contest entries that day. So each table has a variety of sweet potato delights.
Octoberfest in Calhoun City the weather was mild, but by Fall Festival in Bruce Friday night, it was freezing.
Pittsboro native Andrew Bryant and his Water Liars band will be playing at Proud Larry’s in Oxford this Thursday night.
My mother, Jo Ann Denley, is continuing to improve at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Oxford. She has been moved to the rehab part of the hospital which she undergoes physical therapy for most of every day. She fell more than a week ago, fracturing her hip, and had partial hip replacement.