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It’s June and dairy is just about everywhere you look.
As I’ve told you several times recently, I just don’t feel good at all. It seems to get a little worse every day.
It seems there are so many things I get involved in that I really don’t have any control over at all, but I’m anxious to get back to my new en…
Kay and I just got in from our “farewell” visit to meet with the assisted living group at NHC in Farragut.
Back in the good old days of maybe 80 or 90 years ago, every mama handmade most all Christmas decorations and rejoiced in being able to do so.
I’ve told you before about the hoboes who used to camp out at the big culvert under the railroad just a couple of hundred feet east of Bob’s h…
It seems this season of the year is turning out to be the busiest of all.
Claude McConkey had his delivery truck almost full of groceries to be delivered from Fred Weaver’s store when he would tell me to hop in.
It seems these days it takes a lot longer to remember the things that happened years ago.
Let’s see if you can remember anything about Halloween when we were kids.
There seems to be more and more new things to remind me of our old days.
Like I told you recently, Kay’s cousin, Maybelle, no longer raises hogs, so I asked you to let me know where I could get some firsthand inform…
I ain’t no cook and I can prove it by asking anyone in my family, but I try on some things.
Where in heaven’s name did I get a copy of our Lenoir City High School annual dated 1917?
We talk for at least 10 minutes before John Henry coughs several times to get our attention and starts our Sunday school lesson.
See if this jogs a memory or two for you as we go back about 72 years and talk about some of the “advertisers” in our old high school annual.
I’ve written about the carnivals and all the circuses coming into town and even had a few lines about the hobo “jungle” where the guys who hop…
I recently wrote that I’d get in touch with our fire department and see what information I could borrow to pass along.
Let’s see if I can come up with another column about the old days.
The weather forecast recently showed temperatures getting into the mid and upper 90s.
When I watched the morning news June 25, I noticed at the bottom of the screen the next subject on the newscast was “Loudon County Earthquake.…
I need to tell you more old time stories of how we lived and some of the things we did back then. Maybe it will bring back to you a few good m…
As we celebrate the declaration of our independence from the British empire, it is important to remember the history behind the holiday. While…