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Jenny was giving our son Joe some tips about driving in the dark to and from Oxford, where she teaches fourth grade and he commutes to Ole Miss.
It’s time for the publishing event of the Mitchell family year. No, not another one of my not-very-good columns in the Gazette, like the one you’re reading now. I’m talking about the Mitchell family Christmas letter.
Setting off on a day of Christmas shopping without any gifts in mind usually ends in failure for Jenny and me. We don’t do very well just wandering around, hoping to stumble on something we like.
Thanksgiving week got off to its usual start a week ago Saturday. Our son Joe and I lugged the boxes of Christmas decorations off the garage shelves and put together the artificial tree.
It’s another sign that our youth is gone. No, I haven’t acquired some new malady, or if I have, I don’t know it yet.
Every year at Thanksgiving time we drive to the suburbs of Kansas City to spend the holiday with my sister, Donna, and her husband, Homer.
It’s a big week here at the Gazette. We’re all a little tired, but a bit excited, too.
We got a glimpse of what may be ahead for New Albany in a presentation this week at the annual meeting of the New Albany Main Street Association.
To no one’s surprise, our readers chose RiverFest as the best city-wide event in our annual Best of the Best balloting. It wins every year, and this one followed the pattern.
Mama Dog isn’t wandering our street or sitting at the corner, waiting and watching for her puppies anymore.
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