When God makes a baby
How many times have you asked a child “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
Two changes can revitalize men’s hoops
When the NCAA basketball rules committee introduced the shot clock in the men’s game in 1985, I was a sports editor who figured the poobahs of college hoops needed my input.
Family is what’s important
When I was growing up in Oklahoma City, I was just a simple little girl. I was very low maintenance. I played by myself well. In fact, I liked playing by myself better than I liked playing with my friends.
Lady Eagles may be contenders in big meets
As they go into a new track season, Waurika’s girls don’t have winning team titles too high on their to-do list.
Those hardworking nurses
I have known people who are nurses all my life. I’ve heard so many stories of the nursing profession from the old nurses and from the new nurses. The nursing field has really changed over the decades.
My g-g-generation mirrors Prof. Brainard
Remember the movie The Absent-Minded Professor? No, not the funky Flubber flick from 1997 that starred Robin Williams. I’m talking about the original 1961 Disney classic starring Fred McMurray, Keenan Wynn and Tommy Kirk.
National day for celebrating sticky notes
Because we love celebrations, one of these days Americans will adopt a new holiday to honor a great American achievement — the simple, but indispensable, sticky note.
I just love my little town
I just love my little town. I honestly can’t imagine living anywhere else. In fact, I love my whole county!
Above all else: Keep calm!
Have you seen the little signs with the crown that say: “KEEP CALM and CARRY ON”? They have really expanded into some really funny ones.
‘Road Warriors’ just keep rolling’ along
With gas prices bouncing around $3.50-plus for mysterious reasons, this may not be the time to talk about “road warrior” driving. But long-haul motoring was the topic recently, when I was on the phone with an old bud.
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