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A good mor-ning/evening to all our readers and friends out there.
Welcome to “The Little Town with a Big Heart”
Inspiration for the week: Twinkies and Root Beer – author unknown
A little boy wanted to meet God. He knew it was a long trip to where God lived, so he packed his suitcase with Twinkies and a six-pack of root beer and he started his journey.
This psalm is a celebration of God choosing Zion as his dwelling place and defending it from its enemies. Zion is a word used for the people of the Lord. Israel represented the people of the Lord in the Old Testament. The psalm was probably written as a song of praise following an important victory for Israel over an invading enemy.
This weekend started off rather normal. I was doing my normal roundup of checking social media. I saw the normal stuff, people posting their beautiful pictures of the beach. A friend showed off his Captain America birthday cake (and yes, he’s older than me).
Based on information from local business people, the turn out for the first annual Union Day was quite good.
My friend and fellow Writers Guild member, Pam Hillman, had a booth there. I planned to take my copy of her book, “Road to Magnolia Glen,” to have her sign it, but I didn’t dare brave the heat. I hope it was successful
Silence is broken by the sharp crack of the radio. A call comes over. A field is on fire and the house is in danger. Or a car has left the highway and overturned. Or a grandfather passed out in the garden, and his breathing is ragged.
When I began writing this column, I knew that I wanted to occasionally highlight several issues that are significant in our area. This week, I did not realize this would be one of those times.