Thursday, April 12, 2007
Weekly newspaper editors are pretty much addicted to looking at other weekly newspapers.
It’s hard to buy fabric nowadays
The season of Lent is over and now I can buy fabric again.
I only fell off the wagon one time during Lent. For some insane reason, I thought I could go fabric shopping in Memphis with my daughter and her friend for them to start on quilts and not get any fabric at all for me.
White sandals, no coats not a good idea in Chicago
This Easter was as close to a “Chicago Easter” as I have ever experienced in Mississippi.
Easter in the upper Midwest is a winter holiday. That takes some getting used to for people reared in the sunny South.
“Live life to the full” is lasting tribute to friend
Sometimes, something happens which crashes headlong into your world and reminds you that life is not always fair.
Letters to the Editor
Tired of trash:
I, too, am like Kathy Crawford of Slayden. I’m tired and fed up with trash. I pick up trash on my property line on Hwy. 4 W and also the other side.
I’m involved in a free community greens patch. I have a sign posted, “Please, No Trash.” Maybe there is a problem in reading. I still have to pick up trash.
Yes, I agree, parents are the example.
Please, please, pick your greens and take your trash with you.
Thanks and God bless
The family of Cordell Todd expresses sincere appreciation for everyone who displayed their love and support during his benefit program on March 24.
Special thanks to the St. Paul MB Church family and the Brotherhood for hosting this special event.
Please continue to keep Cordell in your thoughts and prayers.
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