Had a pleasant surprise the other evening when I joined two or three others for an evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Arnold . . . I say Mr. and Mrs. Because the Mr.
We’re entering a dangerous time in our society where people with knowledge and experience are ignored and people with no experience are revered.
Last Wednesday was an especially nice day, mainly because of our very distinguished visitor, Robert Weaver of Paragould, who was renewing his subscription on his 98th birth anniversary . . .
“I didn’t know he had it in him.” How many times have you heard this statement after someone earned an achievement?
There’s something honorable about a person who is willing to sacrifice for future generations. I’ve been thinking a lot about sacrifice, what it means and what is left in it’s wake.