Thursday, November 30, 2006
Break at beach
Sometimes the simplest things provide the most fun.
An example came Friday when my five-member family formed a circle on the beach about 9 p.m. and tossed a neon glo-ball back and forth in the dark while sharing lots of laughs. Pam actually bought it for our youngest, Erin, and it cost $2.99.
Close to Nowhere
Card game anyone?
Our oldest granddaughter, nearly 11 now, is at “that” age. She wants to play games with the grown-ups! No more Chutes & Ladders for her!
Letters to the Editor
I went Sunday, Nov. 19 after church to Mt. Pleasant Cemetery to put flowers on my mother’s, daddy’s and brother’s grave.
I was cleaning off my daddy’s grave, and there beside his grave were beer bottles. I picked them up and cleaned the grave.
resident publishes political suspense novel
When Jackson attorney and former Marshall Countian Jerome Teel was in law school, John Grisham spoke at one of his law school classes and he decided then that one day he wanted to write a novel.
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