Eating healthy can be a challenge if you live alone. Part of the pleasure of eating is to have someone to share the meal, compliment the cook or help with the preparation. I really appreciate help with the clean up after the meal. Here are a few tips that may make meal time a pleasure.
Share your meals. Make a date with people you enjoy — grandchildren, nieces, nephews, friends and neighbors. Share a meal on a rotating bases with one of these loved ones.
Authors note: Coach Doug Colvin passed away recently. Those whose lives he touched would fill a train from Choudrant Station clear to Monroe. This is something I wrote about our beloved “Daddy Doug” some years ago. May he be welcomed into the arms of our loving Savior.
Even though he hasn’t swung a fungo bat or pitched batting practice since the mid-60’s, he still commands the respect and attention of those who once wore his team’s uniform.
After all, he did win four state titles and 300 games in a job that paid him $600 additional dollars a year as Dubach’s baseball coach.
For most of us, New Year’s resolutions aren’t worth the paper they’re written on, but maybe the City of Ruston can buck that trend when 2015 draws in a few hours.
After all, it will be a new day at City Hall, and not just the kind of new day that’s marked by clocks and calendars. Thursday, which beings in the middle of tonight, is the first day of the first new mayoral administration Ruston has had in 16 years.
Isn’t it funny how sometimes you can go somewhere and just the subtlety of a scent, or the sound of a voice just makes you remember “all those old familiar places.” I know it sounds cliché, but it is so true in my life how this happens. Just this week there seemed to be one of those times where a whirlwind of all of those little things either took my breath away or caused me to burst into laughter or tears from the nostalgia.