It’s amazing just how much “stuff” we can accumulate around the house. Many of these items can be donated, sold at a garage sale or simply tossed in recycling or trash containers.
Boomer, Senior, Family Caregiver and Veteran events for the week of Oct. 22-28:
Q: Can you tell me who played the guitar solo in Steely Dan’s “Reelin’ in the Years”? It is my favorite guitar solo ever. What other songs did the guitarist play on?
A Native American woman said to her grandson: “I feel as if I have two wolves fighting in my heart. One wolf is angry and vengeful. The other wolf is loving and compassionate.”
When a woman develops breast cancer, one of the very first questions her doctor asks is, “Do you have a family history of the disease?”
When adversity knocks on your front door, how will you handle it? The difficulties you face have the power to develop your character and give you strength. Or, they can totally defeat you.
“Your word have I treasured in my heart that I might not sin against You.” Psalm 119:11
“Ideals are peaceful; history is violent,” declares Don Collier (Brad Pitt), the battle-hardened commander of the five-soldier crew manning the titular M4 Sherman tank in “Fury.”
The character names may change, but Nicholas Sparks romance follows the same formula: a young boy and young girl fall in-and-out-and-back-in love amid some moss-covered Southern setting, then someone dies and there’s a tear-jerker twist. Cut, print it, that’s a wrap.
One of the most wonderful experiences of fall is the parade of changing leaf color. Nature makes one last spectacular display of yellows, oranges, reds and purples before winter sets in.
Q: Is there any hidden meaning in the song “New Kid in Town” by The Eagles?
We have fallen into fall quite quickly here in Lee County and that means a few things but among the important things are: harvest and soil sampling time. It’s a little quieter at the N.C. Department of Agriculture’s Soil Testing Lab given that many farmers around the state are wide open harvesting crops.
I pull into my washed-stone gravel driveway, dodging the stately, beautiful old pine tree that divides it in half.
In the 1900s, cotton was the main money crop on the Lett family farm and most homesteads in the South. Grandpa (Puzie Lett) would leave home around 4 a.m. with a wagon full of cotton for the gin in nearby Broadway while Grandma (Verta Cox Lett) and the “young’uns” picked about 200 pounds each of the white fluffy stuff.
SANFORD ROTARY CLUB
President Doug Gay opened the Sept. 30 meeting of The Sanford Rotary Club and called on Jeff Hockaday to lead the Rotary prayer.
The American Cancer Society (ACS) reports that fewer women are dying from breast cancer every year. Early detection seems to be the most important factor — but not the only reason.
Those who are going through the dark night of suffering often ask, “Why, God, why?” It becomes easy for them to believe that God is omnipotent but does not care or that He loves but is powerless to prevent their suffering.
“…a book of remembrance was written before Him for those who fear the Lord and who esteem His name.” Malachi 3:16