You are what you eat

June 25, 2007 I can remember hot summers as a child, walking barefoot along the rows in my mother’s garden, shaded by tall cornstalks.

Follow your Dream

June 22, 2007 Lots of young men and women are leaving home this summer. High school graduates are joining the service, starting to work, and going away to college.

Ol’ Eli

June 21, 2007 It’s hard to bring a tear to the eye of a hardened old rock quarry guy. But the obit in the Batesville Guard did it to me.

Ancient Mariners

June 21, 2007 The Marked Rock in Rawlings-Stinson Park in Manchester, Ky., contains numerous inscriptions that, according to a sign erected beside the big stone, offer messages in at least eight Old World alphabets

More than a hound

June 15, 2007 To say he wasn’t nothing but a hound dog would be an outright disservice to Flash.

Millions at ocean’s bottom

June 14, 2007 It is ironic that I had a book about the loss of Spain’s 1715 treasure fleet on my desk, preparing to write this column, when an Associated Press news report broke in mid-May concerning the find

Fattitude, attitude

June 12, 2007 I went shopping the other day and was disgusted to find that everything over a size 12 was considered a plus size.

Multi-tasking myth

June 11, 2007 Trying to divide time between my job, my husband, my children and my home has never been an easy endeavor.