Picture trying to whack a four-inch ball with a croquet mallet duct-taped to a length of PVC pipe while riding a horse that is questioning what the heck you are doing. What is the message here? Dare to throw yourself into something brand spanking new. Dare to look the fool.
Everyone has a story to tell, just read those quotes from Tennesseans who write memoir. Every life is unique. What do you have to say?
Technical schools such as MIT and Caltech have a long history of attracting brilliant and creative students. Equally as long has been their history of being a breeding ground for all manner of outlandish pranks. Down through the years, no person or group has been off limits to these students whose minds tend to "work in mysterious ways."
If you're like me, you're probably a little blue from the holidays being over and having to go back to life as we know it! Why not bring in the New Year with music and song that can make your everyday living a holiday?
Having survived the holiday season in one piece, hopefully without too many added bits, I'm sure most readers are focused on some sort of resolution. The usual suspects are to stop smoking, stop drinking, eat healthier, exercise more and be better with your money. Well, I can help with a few of those.
The Sutton General Store has just completed another successful dinner theater entitled "Holly Jolly Christmas in Mayberry." We rekindled some old friendships and made new ones - a lot of our visitors were repeat customers, and we had some first-timers. We actually had one lady who said she had seen every one of our plays. Now that is a dedicated fan!
Last month, the Council on Aging (COA) of Greater Nashville - a leading senior service, advocacy and education organization - held its 30th anniversary celebration and annual meeting at St. George's Episcopal Church in Nashville.
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