My Mama didn’t have any tattoos. And it’s not that she didn’t like them. I think she just didn’t like the idea of her kids getting them. Out of my brother and sister, I was her only child who didn’t have any tattoos….that is until last week.
Vic’s View: Immediate Action Required
Congress should pass a bill -- H.R. 89 - immediately. It allows terrorists to be deported.
The United States Department of Justice has a verified list of 300 people who are terrorists. They attacked the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021. And so, they should fall under the provisions of this ought-to-be federal law:
My sister and I have gone on many adventures together, most of them your typical sister outings – going to the mall, movies, grabbing a bite to eat. But I never, in a million years, thought I would live to tell the tale of how we escaped the hands of The Columbia Killer. I’m all for a good game, but The Columbia Killer had a different kind of game in mind. We don’t know how we ended up in his basement, but we could hear the thunder and lightning rumbling above us. To make matters worse, the storm knocked the power out.
By Kelly Duncan
My Mama always told us that when the good Lord was ready to call her home, she would be ready. Well, on Jan. 14 with my Daddy, brother, sister and I by her side, the Lord called her home. How am I doing? Alright, I guess. I’d be lying if I said it’s been easy dealing with the loss of my Mama because it hasn’t. I’ve already been to her grave too many times to count to “see” her (there’s a good chance I’ll go there today) and I find myself constantly looking through photos and other memories I’ve saved from our adventures together.