Monthly Archives: March 2009

Quiet Saturday

Today has been unusual. Ann and I have been under the weather. She has been sick for several days and I went puny yesterday evening. As a result, most of today has been taking it easy. Ann stayed in bed … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Pictures Available

I know that there are some of you that are anxiously awaiting the opportunity to purchase pictures of me and Ann participating in the 10K Rodes City Run. They are now available and you see them and make a choice … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Birthday Day Girl

Today is grandaughter Lacey’s 18th birthday. It is hard to believe that she is out of high school and on her way to becoming  an EMT. I hope you have a great day.

Leave a comment

Thought On the Economic Crisis

I’m not an economist. In fact, economics classes gave me my greatest pain in college. It appears there are a lot people, including those in power, who are equally unqualified to speak on the economy. Since that is not an impediment … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Sunday AM Review

The past week was interesting and enjoyable. Sunday was full. The worship time at First Alliance Church was encouraging and provided special moments in which the presence of God was experienced and worship happened. There was a special lunch after services … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Academic Athlete

Today was a big day for Jerod, the Crockett academic athlete. Previously, Wilmore Elementary won their district competition. Jerod contributed first place in social studies and language arts and also was on the 2nd place Quick Recall team. Today was the … Continue reading

Leave a comment

Crockett Art Gallery

This evening we were priviledged to attend “An Evening of Art” at Wilmore Elementary School. Below is a gallery of the Crockett kids’ work.

Leave a comment

Back On-Line???

It has been nearly two weeks since our return from Florida. It feels good to be home. Florida is enjoyable but it is not home. We enjoyed our time with friends and each other. No matter what the weather was I … Continue reading

Leave a comment