For the last couple of days I have watched a reality show called “Alone.”
“A dog will teach you unconditional love. If you can have that in your life, things won’t be too bad.”
Lyndal and I were yet to be married. Alex was barely six. Camden was still a thought in our minds.
“Mama I love you is,” probably the sweetest words I have ever heard.
Growing up in New York, by way of the South Bronx, aka “The Concrete Jungle” gave me a unique perspective about life.
I have started and re-started this column three times now.
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When we laid my father to rest in November, the Rev. Webb Hoggard said the best word he could come up with to describe “Pop” was ornery.
Many would say that 2020 was an interesting year, and 2021 has not been much different.
This is a lot harder than I thought it was going to be.
Apple brought Democrats and Republicans happily together – and maybe sowed the seeds for more bipartisan cooperation.
Since I was about 17 years old, it seems like there has been a Bob Seger song for most portions of my life.
I think it’s safe to say my brain is exhausted.
Sometimes it feels good to be right – I make a decision and things work out in my favor.
Community is defined as a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common. The Oxford Dictionary also describes community as a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests and goals.
This past weekend I lost my mind and found a notebook – or should I say, someone found it for me.
Many times the toughest part of a job change is the people you leave behind. The relationships, the laughter and the comfort afforded by people you knew you could count on.
As a black conservative Republican, Mark Robinson isn’t North Carolina’s traditional lieutenant governor. But he’s squarely in the tradition of lieutenant governors bedeviling governors.
As a kid, I did anything I could to please my grandparents. It did not matter which side of the family they were on, I wanted to make them happy.