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I live in Alabama, and I went to the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., last weekend. And I’m not just a woman who happens to live in Alabama — I’m an Alabamian. I grew up with season tickets … more
I have “middle of the month blues.” The condition is worse in January because I’m coming down from all the holiday hurrah. I’ve celebrated my birthday, which is twoweeks after New Year’s Day, and it is winter to boot. The bad part is … more
My birthday is this week. I celebrate 66 years on the planet. Through the years, the gifts from my lovely spouse Jilda have evolved. During the early years when my hair was thick and my waistline was thin, she gave me records, books and snazzy … more
Have you heard about the New York City bus driver who veered from his route through the Bronx in 1947 and took a joyride down to Florida? If not, then I’ve got a podcast recommendation for you. Podcasts are essentially radio shows made … more
I know I say this with every change of season, but it’s beautiful this time of year. After the drought last summer and fall, the trees looked tired. We had some color but not like years past. But then the rain came. It was refreshing not only for … more
It’s official. 2017 is here! As a way to ring in the New Year, Andrea and I spent an hour or so at Warehouse 319’s New Year’s celebration before returning home to watch the ball drop with our kiddos. We barely made it to midnight without … more
Readers of the Daily Mountain Eagle are currently being asked to select the best businesses and professionals in Walker County as a part of our newspaper’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards. Ballots began being circulated in the Eagle last week … more
The classic holiday film “It’s a Wonderful Life” was released 70 years ago. Frank Capra, a hit filmmaker in the 1930s, directed the movie. Unfortunately, “It’s a Wonderful Life” was a bust at the box office, not even making a profit … more
As a little girl, I loved decorating for Christmas. I started begging right after Thanksgiving for my parents to get all the decorations and the tree down from the attic. They would eventually give in and start pulling box by box from the small … more
I made a Christmas planning faux pas this past week. It was a grievous error that will be hard to forget. Scheduling oral surgery during the Christmas holidays seemed smart. Insurance deductibles and the fact that the college is out for Christmas … more
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