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Between the Lines by Bruce Green

Learning how to live over biscuits and coffee In the late 1980s, Robert Fulghum wrote a popular book called “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten.” It was on bestseller lists for a couple of years and it contained some good insights. “Share everything, play fair, don’t hit people, clean up your…

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The 501 by Hannaba Munn Welch

Goodbye tractor, hello guitar My husband and I have a new lease on life. We are cutting our losses and selling our tractor. Our mechanic died. Seriously. Transmissions are like that. They can outsmart you. But our tractor should soon be bound for Missouri with hope itself for a new lease on life. People in…

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From My Desk by Kendall McCullough

The dangers of technology My family decided to play Family Feud as part of our Christmas celebration. One of the questions was where are the top 5 places kids spend their time at. My parents, aunts, and uncles wanted to say things like movies, roller arena, dance halls because those are the places they grew…

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Between the Lines No.2

Coming home always takes too long I remember a song by Dean Martin with a line that goes “If I ever get back to Georgia, I’m gonna nail my feet to the ground.” I don’t have anything against Georgia (except for Atlanta), but I felt the same way Martin did about Georgia when I returned…

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