Joel, Addi Claire and I got our Halloween decorations put up in the yard one day last week. The two of them manned the ladder while I gave directions on hanging our sheet ghost “Boo.”
Joel and I spent a couple of days in Charleston, South Carolina last week at the National Newspaper Association Convention. It was our first trip there, and we really enjoyed it.
Kudos to the town of Vardaman, where they don’t just talk the talk about beautification, they walk the walk.
Calhoun City’s M.D. Jennings has become the poster boy for the cause to end the NFL referee strike. Jennings, who plays for the Green Bay Packers, got robbed on a call Monday night.
Last week was colonoscopy week and I survived. I had my first one about five years ago, in my mid-40s due to family history, but it was time for a redo.
Like the time before, I waited a couple of weeks after Celia went, and it worked well this time, too, so I could get food and drink tips.
CCHS principal Mike Ray and wife Rhonda went to Green Bay this weekend to see the Packers play the 49ers. They went to see his former player, M.D. Jennings, who is on the Packers’ team.
Niece Samantha brought a new toy that mesmerized everyone when she and family visited in Bruce this weekend. We combined a Labor Day visit with my mother’s birthday which was last Wednesday.
My husband Joel and I spent the weekend in Meridian at the wedding of Neshoba County Fair friends who are like family. They asked us several months ago to take pictures at their wedding.
Grey Tedford and John Michael Crews, both of Bruce, returned to college this fall in an unconventional way– they walked.
Oxford news– Parking meters are not being installed around the Oxford square as previously announced. There was simply too much opposition. Oxford officials have now decided the best approach is to strictly enforce the 2-hour parking limit.