My state of mind before starting Ripple of One was one of desperation, exhaustion, anger, self-loathing and bewilderment.
I don’t know if there’s something in the water in Kentucky and in South Carolina that produces so many hilarious tales, some of which have the added benefit of being true.
Today marks exactly a month until a total solar eclipse crosses from the Pacific coast to the Eastern Seaboard, touching only American soil along the way. Don’t miss it — the next one to do the same won’t happen for another 299 years.
Well done! On July 18 a letter to The Journal said: “Their planned distractions are allowing a madman to proceed without opposition to his plans to destroy America.”
This is in response to Wednesday’s article “Council OKs $3M Fair Play spec building project.”
One cannot imagine a more wrenching moral dilemma than the case of little Charlie Gard.
Willie, I’ve been traveling around our county recently and noticing the conditions of our roads.
This week we welcomed a precious sibling group of three, ages 6, 9 and 13.
With two young children in our home, and a crazy little puppy to boot, it’s not exactly uncommon for chaos to take hold and reign supreme multiple times on any given day.
Editor: To be remembered by the history books, do your own thing.
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