Thursday, August 30, 2012
Mr. Frank full of love
Mr. Frank was down to earth – always in overalls.
I will never forget the first time I saw him at a sporting event when I came to Holly Springs 11 years ago.
Close to Nowhere
This and that about this and that
• This and that... was the late Gale Denley’s favorite headline. Since I often have to think of headlines, I can understand that perfectly. I tend to be sarcastic and Barry just won’t let me use some things. Oh well.
The Preacher’s Corner
Laundry – another reason to hate Mondays
Monday is laundry day for me. That is hardly earthshaking news, for most of the world, I think, chooses Monday for the wash. Grandmother Winter used to tell me about boiling laundry out in the backyard in a big wash pot with a roaring fire beneath. The clothes would be washed in lye soap that was also made in a big pot with a roaring fire underneath.
Letters to the Editor
Importance of dads
Divorce has become commonplace; unwedded couples have begun to share homes and have children. This has created homes with an absent parent, mainly an absent dad.
Child rearing once was exclusively considered mother-oriented. The father’s major role was to bring home the bacon. That changed with psychologist Fitzhugh Dodson’s 1974 publication of “How to Father.”
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