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When I was going through basic training for the Air Force I was the only one that didn’t qualify on the firing range. My flight along with our sister flight marched quite a distance to the range in the hot July sun. I am not making excuses just a bad shot that day.
Good Mornin’! Good Mornin’!
Well, well, Who Dat, Indeed!
The New Orleans Saints are travelling to Southern California this weekend for the right to represent the NFC in this year’s Super Bowl in Atlanta.
My husband and I spent a few days last week in New Orleans.
It was mostly for business, but also to relax in a setting that didn’t require us looking at each other and wondering whose turn it was to take out the trash. One afternoon, while my husband was working, I spent a few hours by myself roaming through the French Quarter.
I read with much interest the front page article by Bryan Davis titled ‘Coming home – Aspiring surgeon Simpson to teach science at Ruleville’ and, yes, I receive our hometown’s newspaper weekly.
For me this story was about a young man’s career aspirations and his planned path to achieve it.
I read the most interesting column in the opinion section of the Wall Street Journal this morning.
Here in my temporary state of unemployment where every day except Sunday is Saturday in my universe, I do love poring over the Wall Street Journal, several news blogs online and listening to way too much talk radio before 9 a.m.
Recently, the members of 2018-19 B.B. King Ambassadors Leadership Program received a surprise visit from Mr. Charles Sawyer, the author of The Arrival of B.B. King: The Authorized Biography.
On Jan. 5, the B. B. King Ambassadors Youth Leadership Program learned about the responsibilities of being mayor and how to get involved in changing their community from Mayor Steve Rosenthal and his wife Robin. Mayor Rosenthal explained how the city of Indianola is governed and funding sources for services for its citizens.
Kyle Pernell continues to preach the Gospel, and he’s getting some world-renown guidance on how to become a better preacher. The 2018 Gentry High School valedictorian is now a student at Asbury College in Wilmore, Ky., and he was recently one of 20 students to preach before a panel of three judges.