When it comes to being thankful, my basket of gratitude is pretty near full.
There is an interesting fascination with the idea of getting something free.
November can be a lull or lively time in the garden.
My dad was a man who never talked much about his service in the Army. In his sock drawer were a couple of medals I didn't appreciate until I was grown.
After the recent rains, you may have noticed an increase in the number of fire ant mounds in your lawn. The reason for increased fire ant activities is simple; fire ants like to work in warm soil that is not super hard and compact. For a few days after rain, even heavy clay soil is "soft" and much easier for fire ants to build mounds.
The feel of fall is in the air and some trees are showing off outstanding colors.
About the time I conquered use of the 12-inch ruler, a teacher one day produced a stick that was slightly larger than a yardstick and told us that one day we would measure everything in meters and centimeters.
Fall is a time when most plants go dormant and a good time for the homeowner to help protect plants from the cold days ahead.
Just as with any occupation, the work week of a journalist has its ups and downs.
MOULTRIE - Being a farmer was always one of those jobs that I thought about as a little boy. It fell in somewhere in the mix of cowboy, policeman, fireman and doctor.
The last thing we need is a new nuisance insect, but we now have (megacopta cribraria), commonly referred to as the "kudzu bug."
I have struggled at times with what I want them to do with my body after I breathe my last.
It's becoming as common as falling leaves in the fall and flowers in the spring. What I am referring to is homes invaded by lady beetles. In recent years, I have had countless phone calls from homeowners with thousands of lady beetles on the outside walls and in many cases inside the house.
Like some of you, I grew up in the era when tests at school were prepared on mimeograph machines that utilized a lovely-smelling purple ink.
I was barely three months old when the first episode of "The Andy Griffith Show" premiered on CBS, so I probably slept through the first one.
One of the challenges of raising a child is having to explain the behavior and actions of celebrities. Sure, we can try to shield them from things on TV, but things are a lot different than when I was growing up.