My own personal Thanks-Giving
During the month of November, I have been taking time with each newspaper column to write about my personal “Thanks-Giving.” It is a time of reflection to be thankful for those that have made a difference in my life.
Cheating ultimately cheats the cheater
When the teachers tell you that cheating ultimately cheats the cheater (a high school teacher’s quote, there) they certainly weren’t just whistling Dixie.
Ignoring God — and your cat — gets you in a mess
We had been asleep that night for about two hours when this odd noise came from the direction of our laundry room. I sat up quickly from my pillow, and immediately turned to Carmen asking her if she heard it.
Eliminating every earthly flaw
Not only tracking down every squeak and rattle, but every car must feel right — when driving, or seeking the right temperature, or touching the knob for adjusting the stereo, or closing the door or clicking the seatbelt.
Nate Zettler - Banford Keith Hill
There are a few things I can guarantee. I know that you should never say never, and you should never guarantee unless you really can, but I’ve got this.
Going to bat for school choice would yield triple play for students, school districts and taxpayers
In the early days, school-choice opponents frequently got away with baseless allegations that usually carried some variation of the following theme: public charter schools and private school voucher and tax-credit programs are radical ideas that harm traditional public schools and fail to offer their students a better education.
Let’s not forget those in the Philippines
It’s been nearly a week since the Philippines faced the ravages of Typhoon Haiyan — and already there are reports of shooting from rebel forces, deadly stampedes concerning the lack of food and increasing concerns for survivor safety, particularly women and children.
You’re hot then you’re cold
Throughout most of my high school years, I was an active member of my old church in Pikeville.
The older I get the smaller things get
All those things that used to be so important don’t seem to be any more.
‘Thanks-Giving’ Scott Koon-David Graves-Christian Moore
This is “Thanks-Giving” Season for me, and with each column I write this month I am not only taking the opportunity to say thanks to people that have impacted my life, but I am praying you will be inspired to create your own method of saying “thanks” and “giving” of yourself in some way that will be an impact such as you have received.
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