Thought for the week: You can’t lift other people up without lifting yourself up, too. The more encouragement you give, the more you will receive in return.
The mail comes at 3:30 or 4 every afternoon and I — always a minute or two later — put on my shoes and then amble out to the mailbox to see what’s inside.
I received an “official looking” missive in May of this year that was really official. It was signed by the high sheriff of our county and was a summons for jury service.
I’m thankful for the family tradition of dinners with children, a new grandson and other grandchildren for Thanksgiving, Christmas, birthdays and wedding anniversaries. The shared family visit to the Zoolumination Chinese Festival of Lights at the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere created a family …
Growing up, we lived at the edge of town in an old farmhouse that had big rooms, high ceilings, sloping, wooden floors and windows that rattled when the wind blew.
Thought for the week: Every sunrise represents yet another beautifully wrapped gift from God. Unwrap it, treasure it, use it and give thanks to the giver.
Stores are swathed in a sea of red and green, holiday music pulsates through their speakers, a myriad of evergreen trees, elves, reindeer and candy canes abound. And just the other day, I saw a man on a motorcycle dressed as Santa merging onto Interstate 65!
If you’re fairly new to investing, you might be wondering what sort of rules you should follow or moves you should make. And while everyone’s situation is different, there are guidelines that make sense for all investors.
This past Veterans Day, we paused to pay tribute to the men and women who bear the burden of safeguarding our freedom and extended our gratitude to all veterans, even those who struggle to cope right here at home.
Weirdly, it’s been pretty easy for me to accept the status of “old man” among the crew I now work with, and I wear it kind of like a badge.
Thought for the week: Every day is a glorious opportunity to celebrate life by loving your neighbor and serving your creator. Join the celebration.
Charles Pulliam, our multimedia sports reporter, was recently honored for his work, earning the A.F. Bridges award for contributor of the year in District 6 of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association.
Thought for the week: Whenever you encounter situations that you cannot change, you must learn the wisdom of acceptance. You must also learn to trust God.
I saw a bunch of really smug, pious people — OK, they were crazy — on television the other day babbling about the evils of Halloween and how it should be banned forever, nationwide, before our country is led down into a pit of depravity by a bunch of kids knocking on our doors and then smili…
Thought for the week: When tough times arrive and you’re tempted to give in or give up, don’t. Instead, work hard and pray harder. Better days may be just around the corner.