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This past week, my step-father-in law travelled to Greenwood for the day for some errands. While there, we stopped for lunch at the Crystal Grill. It’s apparently a very famous place, and it’s definitely worth bragging about.
Last week we looked at the plague of darkness in Exodus chapter 10. The darkness was not only a judgment upon the ungodliness and unrighteousness of Egypt but also symbolic of the spiritual darkness that already permeated the people of Egypt.
I will be the first to admit that I am a long-time fan of the horror and mystery author Stephen King. I think that my fascination for his books is because my mother forbad me to read them when I was younger (looking back, that was probably a good call on her part).
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Keep your fork: attributed to Roger William Thomas and submitted to Ann Landers by Kay in California.
As chapter head for the Newton-Neshoba Chapter, I was invited to attend the state board meeting for Mississippi Writers Guild. It was held at the Anjou Restaurant in the Township at Ridgeland.
Several people had recommended I interview Mr. Jason Michael Roberson, principal of Newton County Elementary School, so it was an easy decision to do so.