Thursday, January 31, 2013
Quick, fun trip south
I can’t recall doing yard work in January. But I was busy in the front yard Sunday afternoon.
With the warm winter temperatures, I just had to get outside. Erin assisted with raking the pine straw and picking up the pine cones before we both got tired, needed a break and I told her she could enjoy riding her new scooter.
Close to Nowhere
Can’t paint so move furniture
After my oil-based primer painting debacle, I bought some latex primer and haven’t opened it yet. I just can’t seem to work up any enthusiam for it anymore.
I did decide that since I wasn’t in the mood to paint, that I would work on my bedroom.
The Preacher’s Corner
‘You might as well let the camp dog vote’
Little girls dream of getting married from at least the age of three. The entire wedding is planned by the age of nine —what the bridesmaids will wear, the color of the flowers, the décor of the church. The only thing left to chance is the identity of the groom. Grooms are relatively unimportant personages at weddings, and for that reason, when I conduct weddings, I always try to be pastoral toward the groom and his men, and make them feel important and useful.
Where would we be without competition?
Both my grandfather and father were huge supporters of education in Mississippi. My grandfather, Oliver Emmerich, served for years on the state board of higher education. My father, John Emmerich, worked closely with Gov. William Winter to help secure the passage of the Education Reform Act of 1982. John Emmerich sat by Winter’s side in the governor’s office as they called every single legislator in for an individual plea for support. It worked.
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