May is the month for when landscapers and homeowners are rewarded for their spring efforts with lush beauty and the promise of a glorious summer. Jason Reeves, curator of the University of Tennessee Gardens in Jackson, took some time from working
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Stress is an automatic inner system by which your mind and body mobilize energy. Sometimes we think of stress as how our mind and body cope with change and challenge. Stress is with us all the time. It causes us to take the next breath, it makes
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I’m fresh from my trip to the San Francisco Bay area and it was probably one of the best trips I’ve had so far in my life.
EN ROUTE TO SAN DIEGO – My writing time in the last week has been filled with travel, daughters, grandson and long-time friends, J.D. and Mary Lou Waits in Austin and Bastrop, Texas.
To the Editor:
Editor’s Note: The following letter does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of The Lebanon Democrat since the writer is also a regular contributing columnist to the newspaper.
“Long stormy springtime, wet contentious April, winter chilling the lap of very May; but at length the season of summer does come.”
We’ve been writing this column for nearly seven years. Our target audience has always been fathers, although much of what we have written was and is, we hope, good information for parents in general.
These are the hands that try men’s hearts…or at least my woman’s.
I’m not a fan of trying to get under someone’s skin emotionally in order to get a donation. However, there are times that I wish I could broadcast our annual allocations panel discussions. I feel that if I could do so, I’d be forced to wear hip
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Summer is almost upon us and many will begin traveling on vacations, reunions and mini getaways. Savings don’t have to stop when out-of-state travel begins.
“American youth attributes much more importance to arriving at driver’s license age than at voting age.” – Marshall McLuhan, communications theory philosopher (1911-1980)
I just got an email from our friend Beverly, saying that she is in Pakistan and she’s just been pickpocketed. She has no money and no passport, and she needs $2,500 to get home.
Settling into my first week as news editor here at The Democrat has had me thinking about how an individual’s potential can persevere even through times of stagnancy.