Once you’re retired and your children are grown, they are likely “off the books,” as far as your financial responsibility for them is concerned.
Two weeks ago in this space, I asked readers to help find some new faces to lead the presidential tickets in the 2024 election. “We need a fresh start,” I wrote. I expressed concern that a couple of elderly guys, Joe Biden and Donald Trump, are the current front-runners for 2024. I suggested that the leaders of the Democratic and Republican parties find candidates who are focused on the future, rather than deciding whether they should buy green bananas.
The events of Sept. 11, 2001, are so fresh in my mind. It’s hard to believe that today’s high school seniors were not even born when terrorists took so many lives, and changed our world forever.
The Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee will hold its annual Green Corn Native American Festival and Pow Wow at the Tri State Exhibition Center in Cleveland Tennessee, Aug. 27, 28 and 29.
It happened in a doctor’s office. It was during one of those awkward moments, when a medical assistant and I were awaiting the arrival of a doctor. We were running out of small talk about the weather, COVID, and lunch plans.
New York City … what does it conjure up in your mind? Tall buildings that cause your neck to ache as you look up at them? Lavish shows on Broadway.
The pandemic of the 21 st century started in 2019 and escalated to the point that it was a major threat to the world. So many of us stayed at home. We didn’t go out anywhere, see family or friends.
“A man of honor has no need of the law; his sense of honor will govern him better than the law ever could. But law is needed for the good of society because there are so few honorable men.”