A night of fun with friends and dancing will be just the thing to banish the winter blues and usher in a long awaited Spring.
Presented by the West Point/Clay County Arts Council the Spring Fling Fundraiser will be Friday, April 9th at The Civic. The cost is $15 per person, with a wine and beer cash bar available.
One of my favorite events returns next weekend when the MSU Horticulture Club holds its annual spring plant sale.
It suddenly came to me today – the solution to my inability to have a vegetable garden at my own home! I will borrow an idea from the French and English “bourgeois” and plant a potager garden – right in my front yard!
It COULD be very chic and maybe I can become a female version of Felder Rushing, which means all my neighbors will snicker and make fun. Or it COULD be very tacky, but at this point in my life, who’s caring. My life is still a science project.
Here’s a community project for anyone who likes to watch the weather. My friend, Shirley (gardener extraordinaire), has been leading the charge in the Golden Triangle to enlist new volunteers in order to win a competition with other states.
By Sherry White Jeffcoat
“Leave your pride at home.”Uncle Frank used to say that a lot.
He always kept us in stitches, no pun intended, about his hospital stays. He would keep saying "Yep, if you’re going in the hospital you may as well just leave your pride at home."
He was referring especially to the open in the back gowns, butt flapping in the wind ones…you know those…