Month: February 2017

Learning to be Grateful

By Bobbie Brinkley She cares. The words she speaks are sincere. If she wants something, she doesn’t expect for it to land right there in her hands. She knows the value of hard work. Nothing should come the easy way, but the way...

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Going for a Hike

By Nicholas Spano A hike can give you adventurous memories that will last a lifetime. My five senses happened with all that nature provided me during a hike that I took with my friends. As we got out of the car we headed up the...

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Coking Pizza While Changing

By Sally Strickland While trying on clothes in the dressing room, there is often the makings of a pizza pie. A trace of cheese is found on the thighs. A bit of rising dough pops out from the pants someone hoped would fit....

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The Love of Hunting

By Ashlyn Bowers Imagine opening the back door and seeing whitetail bucks herding through the yard. Across the field, long beard turkeys start strutting and gobbling for the hens’ attention. Mallard and greenhead ducks begin...

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A Life in Eight Months

By Hannah Treece Eight months. I guess in the grand scheme of things, eight months really isn’t that long. If you live to be 70 years old, you’ve gone through 840 months. But eight months was all it took for you to leave a...

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