Time out, those two words have probably been heard or said by many. Though the context in which it is used may vary, the definition in itself remains the same.
All music lovers remember Feb. 3, 1959 as “The Day the Music Died.”
In some North Carolina houses, this is a time of empty rooms and empty spaces. Children, so long ever-present, are now suddenly gone away to college.
It seems like only last week that I was a stay-at-home mom to four small children. I would spent most of my days trying to adhere to a schedule to keep things running smoothly.
If you know Dr. Britt Baker doesn’t run a local medical practice, you may be my kind of people.
With age comes the discovery that I enjoy things that were detested in my youth.
Forgetting it is my week in rotation to write a column left me stumped as to what to write about.
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This word is vastly used in today’s generation, even the one’s before. The substance of this word has been diluted by society and no longer holds the value of it’s intended meaning. Therefore the “F” word became just another cordial phrase that needed not be earned nor solidify, but just she…
There have been many columns I have written about my house, my family or topics dear to my heart. But seldom do I write a column about me.
As the years, even days pass by it never seems to get easier. This past Saturday night I attended my second year of Relay for Life without my dad, the late Charles Cullipher.
A year after I graduated from High School I enlisted into the United States Air Force. After years stateside, I was relocated to Hahn Air Base in Germany, where I was assigned to the 50th Tactical Fighter Wing. Hahn Air Force Base is where my photography seed was planted and slowly developed…
People have different ways of holding onto memories.
I was a neophyte editor just getting my feet wet at the Bertie Ledger-Advance the first time a distinguished but unassuming man walked in the front door with a dog as big as he.
The real estate market is booming in many North Carolina communities as many families move neighborhoods, towns or states. We’re glad so many people want to live and work in our beautiful state, but moving can be stressful.
School starts this week for some and for some it starts back.
This is a continuation from my last column. If you feel you missed anything, pickup the July 29 edition.
Although it is only the beginning of August, I am ready for the fall.
I’m sitting with a cold beverage close by and the listening to the relative quiet of the beautiful North Carolina mountains just over the balcony from where I’m sitting.
Softball season always seems to pull at the heart strings.