I have never cared too much for bats.
In competition there are winners and losers. Period.
Thi is what I like about the South.
I got the same email every day for a week. I had been "selected" to audition to become the subject of a documentary/reality television show about a real life Clark Griswold character.
Whatever happened to getting in the family car and going for a ride? Other than $4 a gallon gas, I mean.
They used to only come in little green bottles, as far as I knew anything about.
Huckaby is reacquainted with old friend Louis L'Amour while in Houston airport.
Just when you thought politics couldn't be fun anymore, Kentucky's Rand Paul stands up and puts on a show in the Senate that rivaled Strom Thurmond at his best.
So how's the sequestration going so far, y'all?
I have been a classroom teacher for 39 years now and had hoped to be able to make a career of it.
I'll have plenty to do, once the weather gets warm.
I used to love Southern Living Magazine.
Friday was a cold, damp, wet, dreary day in the North Georgia Piedmont — a day that could have easily given way to dark depressing thoughts to match the elements.
Country music brings back memories of our family travels.
President's Day a good time to reflect on what our presidents have taught us.
Teaching has many trials and tribulations -- along with many rewards.
It is way past time to put a few worn out words and phrases to rest.
I have decided to celebrate my upcoming retirement -- this one is for real -- by going back to Boston.
People are constantly asking me why I decided to grow a beard.
We are engaged in a great debate over whether the Boy Scouts of America should or will change their longstanding position against allowing homosexuality to creep into the Scouting movement.
I’ve always been partial to trivia — even before it was called trivia.
I learned that hundreds of Facebook friends have my back.
How much of the bill for the proposed new stadium does Arthur Blank expect the taxpayers to pick up?
I'm building a collection of history's most interesting figures.
I wouldn't say I travel to Athens all that frequently, but when I crank my car, I have a hard time steering it in another direction.
Can we talk? About race I mean? Can we talk reasonably and sensibly and without rancor and emotion?
Huckaby decides his best course of action is staying away from the Everglades.
Hugh Durham is and always has been one of the funniest men I have ever heard speak in public.
1966 was a very good year, the Vietnam War, notwithstanding.
I am afraid of something happening to my kids and I am afraid of fire in the night. A local family realized both of those fears last week.
You'd think someone from South Carolina would know better.
I would have enjoyed Lincoln a lot more if I hadn't spent so much of my life studying the history of our great nation.
The holidays wore me to a frazzle. When's the last time you heard that expression?
I haven’t felt up to making any bodacious resolutions the past couple of years, but I am feeling finer than a frog’s hair split four ways these days, so I am going to give it a whirl.
Have you ever gotten a whole movie stuck in your head?
I never wanted to be one of those parents who tried to relive their lives through their kids.
I make it a point to be happy with what I get, even when I don't like what I got for Christmas.
Anticipation. What a wonderful thing. Often the buildup and the wait are better than the event itself.
Schools are supposed to be safe havens, especially for little bitty children. ... Schools are never supposed to be where children go to die.
When Christmas has come and gone this year I will not have missed one moment of its magic.
Nothing good will come from going over the 'fiscal cliff.'
Billy Graham is still telling the old, old story in contemporary style.
We have all been on both ends of the Christmas gift conundrum.
I was only two years into my formal education when America began commemorating the centennial of The War.
Why do we have to wait for the season of advent to sing joyous songs about the birth of Christ?
A hundred years ago I earned my Eagle Scout Award.
I posed a simple question to my Facebook friends Monday morning. "Favorite Christmas toy?"
Black Friday; Cyber Monday: It's gotten totally out of hand.
The third rock seems to make that annual orbit around the sun faster and faster with each passing trip.
I can't help but laugh at the commercials the big box department stores have been running lately, the ones encouraging everybody to "winterize" their houses.