A little politics, a lot of friends and family

“That’s not even enough for Tate to pave his driveway.” That was the line of the day, delivered by former Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr. who is running against Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves in the Republican Primary for governor. Both were among the speakers at last week’s Mississippi Press Association (MPA) Convention in Biloxi.
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Quiet time on the water, and with art I love

There weren’t a lot of words spoken, just as I like it. You could hear the water lapping the shore, an occasional duck in the distance, and feel the stare of a heron at the water’s edge. It seemed a million miles away and yet was just down the road.
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Happily reminded of my wonderful dog Daisy

Looking into the deep brown, almost orange eyes of Roger Poynor’s dog “Lacey,” I couldn’t help but think of my Daisy.
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Seeking serenity between sand and sky

It is said a day at the beach restores the soul. We gave it our best shot last week with our vacation to “L.A.” (Lower Alabama).
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A little cleaning, a lot of riding

The shine is ultimately blinding, but not achieved until the long winter’s dust is painstakingly wiped away from every curve, crevice and chrome.
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The youth are often our true teachers

I’ve learned a lot over the past two weeks. I learned Vardaman softball player Maddie Terrell can dance to just about anything and likes to. I heard Calhoun City center-fielder Davione Hull raise his voice to ear-splitting levels I didn’t know possible while pumping up his teammates.
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Why did the turtle cross the road?

I’m sure I’m not the only one who does this, but it’s constant this time of year. Whenever I see a turtle in the road, I stop and carry it to whichever side it was facing and hope that’s where she was trying to get to.
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Enjoying the ride with ‘City, Lady Rams

Two nights, two teams, two places, and lots and lots of magic – that was my experience over the past week following the Calhoun City Wildcats and the Vardaman Lady Rams.
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A jazz filled birthday in New Orleans

I hadn’t been home 15 minutes and already I was bleeding.
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A puppy, some baseball and lots of driving

During all my criss-crossing to get to various playoff baseball and softball games over the past week, there were a number of enjoyable moments.
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