As I sat in the chair of the Emergency Room, with our middle daughter hooked up to blood pressure and heart rate monitors, her nose packed in ice, I wondered if the nurse could read my mind.
Life slugged him a blow, full force.
But, he caught it and threw it back.
Angelita McGee and Gunner Duke of Lebanon are the proud parents of Kennadie Ann Duke. The baby girl was born March 9, 2016 at Tennova Healthcare - Lebanon. She weighed 6.13 pounds and was 18 inches long at birth.
Hollywood doesn't make biblical epics these days like it did during the Golden Age of the 1950s when films such as "The Ten Commandments," "Ben-Hur," "David and Bathsheba," "The Robe" and "Samson and Delilah" proved to be box-office gold.
Here we are, smack dab in the middle of Red Bud winter. This is the first of the old timer winters with three, and maybe even four winters to go. These are the cold snaps that hit around spring and are usually gone by the time you get to May.
In our lifetimes we will have to make literally thousands, if not millions, of decisions. Some of the decisions we make in our lives will be good ones, while others won't work out as we had hoped or planned. Unfortunately, as a result of the many decisions we have to make on a day-to-day basis, we sometimes find ourselves worrying or stressing about what decision to make. Simply put, it's just life, and every human being on the face of the planet has to make the same decisions each and every day.
Thinking that there might be still some bite to winter, we arranged a trip to Lake City, Fla. with Road Scholar for a cultural exchange coupled with a kayaking experience. Even before the formal beginning of the course, Linda and I arrived early at Big Shoals State Park for bicycling on a nice asphalt trail through the scrub forest.
County commissioners honor Grammy-winner Joe Thompson, the Wilson County Beekeepers Association for helping during a recent bee emergency, and the UT Ag Extension office in Wilson County.
A Mt. Juliet church well known for their community outreach last week closed on a huge deal to buy out the Shiloh Plaza property near the county line to further their mission.
Tickets are still available to see the Kentucky Headhunters in Lebanon this Friday night.
Mid-Cumberland Meals-On-Wheels recently announced its participation in the 14th annual march for Meals campaign - a month-long, nationwide celebration of Meals on Wheels and the vulnerable seniors who rely on its vital safety net.
A local developer has started construction on a massive project in south Mt. Juliet with a total of 45,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and office space.
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