During the summer, many gardeners begin to think about saving seed from some of their garden vegetables for planting next year.
In 1983, my mother fell off a ladder and broke her hip. In time, it healed and because of the break she was sensitive to changes in the weather.
Last week I attended a Family Connection open "networking meeting" for the first time in several years.
Cathy Cox wanted to be governor, but ended up as president.
If you have not gone by this year's Dawson County Produce Market, you are missing a great opportunity to buy excellent locally grown produce.
The former "Bubba" McDonald has been a friend of mine for many years. He hasn't asked me for any political advice, but I'm going to offer some today.
It isn't August yet and several people have said to me, "Hasn't the summer gone quickly?" Yes, it has. The fact that school starts in early August makes us feel that autumn is upon us.
I'm not quite ready to change jobs, but I had a glimpse this week of a potential career that I might have pursued.
The old girl died in a fire in February. We finally buried her this week. She was laid to rest in a landfill.
The celebration of our Declaration of Independence has gotten lost in buying fireworks and selling mattresses. Of course, every holiday has become the setting for a mattress sale.
The arrival of summer reminds us that many of the flowers we depend on to give us fruits or vegetables depend on the honeybee. Among the fruit trees that are largely pollinated by bees are apple, peach, plum, cherry and pear. Blackberries and blueberries are also largely dependent on bees for production.
"You lied to me," Cole announced with all seriousness one day.