I have a guest columnist this week. My youngest granddaughter Remy is, in my humble opinion, a very talented writer, among her myriad of talents.
In a state like Mississippi, which limits and regulates power companies, your electric bill is effectively a tax over which you have little control.
I used to love going to my grandfather’s store in a small town in northwest Alabama.
Being a prospective great-grandmother is exhausting. Daughter Dana, the prospective grandmother, is not nearly as exhausted as I am.
One of my heroes in life is Gov. William Winter. He was a close friend of my father. It was an honor to be presiding over the Rotary Club of North Jackson when he came to speak.