There are certain positions whose job descriptions call for the dealing with the aftermath of traumatic situations such as accidents, wrecks, violent physical acts and sometimes even murder.
This week’s recipe is a new twist on brownies.
Work was continuing Friday morning on the Bull Lee Memorial Chapel at Dillon Christian School. The dedication is tonight.
Readers of my columns know that I ordinarily walk each week day at Dillon’s Wellness Center.
My search for a cool recipe to help beat the heat brought me to this one from my sister. She got it from her neighbor Linda Powell.
This recipe is easy and delicious as it gets!
Often times when a child is born, someone might ask the question, “Does he have all of his fingers and toes?” meaning is he “normal” in development.
This week’s recipe is for what my sister calls an “outstanding” no-cook chocolate icing. The recipe is one she got from her mother-in-law Novella Fox of Taylorsville, NC.
Well, it is now certain, Geraldine and I will not make the Mustang Week Car Show at Myrtle Beach, SC tomorrow morning. For the second straight year my ‘69 Mustang developed a mechanical issue the week before the event. It’s hard for some to understand the thrill of it all but once you’ve come in contact with Mustang Fever there’s just no getting over it.
We live in a highly mobile society, and therefore it is unusual for a person to spend most of his/her life living at one address.