The snow we got last Wednesday in Calhoun county was, without question, the most I’ve ever seen here at one time, and the most beautiful.
What a shock to hear of the death of Oxford Atty. Tom Freeland over the weekend.
Why do I care if it snows? My school days are long gone, so I won’t get a snow day.
I took advantage of the warm weather Sunday afternoon to start a little spring cleaning. Project one– our garden/tool shed. I try to give a top to bottom cleanup every other year and this is the year. It’s amazing how much stuff that’s in there that we don’t/will never use.
Joel and I left Bruce last Wednesday right at 4:30 p.m. to get to Jackson for the Mississippi Press Association’s annual Mid-Winter Conference. That was pretty early for us to leave, and I was quite proud of my organization skills that had gotten me ready to go on time.
Bruce native Andrew Bryant has a new solo album “This is The Life” that came out yesterday, and he is getting a lot of publicity on it.
Our youngest granddaughter, sweet Ellie Kathryn, will be 3 years old this Friday. Her birthday is easy to remember January 23– 1-2-3.
It’s been at least 30 years since I’ve had one of Tula Vance’s butter rolls, but I can taste it today.
Have you seen a bald eagle in the Bruce area? We have had several sightings over the past month.