Earlier this week, we had a visitor at the office. It was a familiar voice, one that I recognized very well and sure enough, it was someone that I knew.
I remember at the turn of the 21st century we were all concerned about computer crashes, the unknown, and were just getting used to talking on cell phones. The iMac was relatively new and the iPhone was a few years away from becoming part of our everyday lives.
If any of you are long time readers, you may know that during Christmas week I have a custom of dedicating my column space to the Biblical account of Jesus’ birth from the second chapter of the book Luke. This year I’ve used the New King James Version.
Although Governor Andy Beshear is just beginning his tenure, former Governor Matt Bevin is raising new allegations of corruption and issuing a warning to Kentucky voters.
Fred Rogers was a big part of my childhood. I watched his show nearly every day when I came home from school at Kirksville Elementary. His shows were always informative and very educational and entertaining.
It’s been a long time since I visited Cumberland Falls. So long, in fact, I don’t remember the last time I visited one of the state’s most beautiful attractions.
Like many of you, I haven’t forgotten 9/11. I can tell you where I was and what I was doing “when the world stopped turning on that September day.”
Growing up, my sister Taunya and I spent a lot of time at “Aunt” Molly’s house. Molly and Madrew King lived up the hill from our house on Walnut Meadow Road and we visited there often. Although we were not kin, they were like family.