Thursday, September 27, 2012
Titans win a wild one
I was one of the thousands of Titans’ fans who left LP Field Sunday afternoon when Tennessee went up on Detroit 41-27 with 1:16 left.
Good friend Don Brooks and I thought we would hustle on toward the car and try to beat some of the post-game traffic. We had a three-hour drive back to Holly Springs.
Close to Nowhere
I took Meredith and Trey to a quilt show with me this weekend. I don’t think they enjoyed it as much as I did.
We left Friday afternoon and Meredith wasn’t feeling well. She has, I guess, pre-ulcers maybe, and all that was acting up. I made a mistake and gave her half a pain pill and she promptly went to sleep. We didn’t hear a whole lot from her after that.
The Preacher’s Corner
You never know when kinfolks may come in handy
When parents and grandparents pass away it is easy to lose touch with the more extended family of their generation—second cousins and the like, so I have been delighted to hear from some folks in that category across generational lines.
Saturday I drove up to Jackson, Tenn., to see the wonderful train museum in the old Nashville, Chattanooga, and St. Louis Railroad depot. It is owned and operated by the city.
Letter to The Editor
Let’s band together
Last week’s edition posted a letter regarding the high utilities bills in Holly Springs. Our bills have been running $700 plus for a few months now, with nothing changing on our part.
When you cannot afford to keep on your lights, there is a serious issue. I have looked and found a link to Jim Hood’s website. For those of you who do not know, he is the attorney general of the state of Mississippi.
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