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Even little Huey was so hot that he was ready to cut short his morning walk. Our scruffy 18-year-old terrier usually jogs right along on the walk around our neighborhood. But Sunday morning he was ready to turn back after a couple of blocks.
It seemed like a good idea at the time. My wife, who is an only child, would spend a few days visiting her parents in northern Kentucky before school starts.
Key West, Fla. – The cat jumped through the hoop held head-high by a trainer and landed effortlessly on a pedestal several feet off the floor. Then another.
It was a hot weekend in New Albany and we were trying to figure out what to do with visitors.
A year ago this week I was pretty nervous. We had spent a lot of time and resources to put together a new magazine, a tourism guide for the area, and it was about to be distributed.
Joe had flown off to North Carolina to visit his father and grandmother, and my wife was worried.
I agree with those folks who say there are two kinds of people in life—those who eat to live and those who live to eat. By looking at my waistline, it’s pretty easy to tell where I fit.
When I was growing up in Missouri, we just called it country music and it usually involved a guitar and a fiddle.
It sounded pretty simple the first time we talked about it: Plan a week’s vacation to Florida. But it’s been anything but simple.
Sunday was a special day around our house.
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