A Thanksgiving Eve Message to Remember
Arnie’s message spoke about how thankful we should feel this year because of God’s greatness. He stood over his open Bible, read the 145th Psalm and then shared, “This timeless passage speaks of God’s goodness, greatness and graciousness…”
A Thanksgiving to Remember
At a point during the playful and respectful roasting from Megan, Harold pushed his chair out from the end of the table, grabbed his empty dessert plate in one hand and leaned toward me. “Theo, now you’ll see why I struggle with my weight.” A jolly laugh followed him to the other end of the table.
Pondering of the Past: Harper Lee, A Southern Literary Legacy
Harper Lee’s hometown of Monroeville, Alabama provided her with ample opportunities to portray the irrationality of adult attitudes in the racist culture that permeated the South.
Halloween Classic – The Black Cat, Edgar Allan Poe
Read along with my Narration of the story. The Black Cat by Edgar Allan Poe The Black Cat was first published in the August 19, 1843, issue of The Saturday Evening Post. FOR the most wild, yet most homely narrative which I am about to pen, I neither expect nor solicit belief. Mad indeed would […]
Halloween Classic – The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Small rural towns nestled in quaint, isolated locales are prone to the spinning of tall tales, and Sleepy Hollow was no exception. In fact, the legendary characters in these tales grew from generation to generation and took on almost a surreal reality that defined the people who lived there.
Southern Voices from the Past: Zora Neale Hurston
[Zora Neale Hurston’s] novels spoke about the African-American experience, folklore, and her personal struggles as an African-American woman.