Editors note: This is the second part of a two-part series. The first part ran on Dec. 14.
The feat for which our dear pastor will be long remembered is the time he was able to get the Wardlaws reconciled. Things had gotten so bad between Dan and Shirley that they didn’t even sit together in church. Dan sat on one pew with their son, Jeremy, and Shirley made it a point to occupy a pew some distance away with Becky, their little girl. Now, I don’t have a clue as to who their mediator was, but somehow this miserable couple wound up one day in Brother Pic’s office for counseling.
Tuesday was a good day for marriage. North Carolina legislators voted to send a marriage amendment to the people of that state in 2012.And in New York, the first clear Democratic casualty of gay marriage emerged: David Weprin.
Bob Turner, a Republican whom nobody gave a chance of winning two months ago, is sitting in the seat held by Anthony Weiner, Chuck Schumer and Geraldine Ferraro.
NATCHITOCHES —This is the sports weekend I’ve been waiting for since, well, 12 months ago.
No sooner than when one Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame induction event ends, I’m eager for another one to get started again.
It’s a great time for anyone who has a deep appreciation and respect for the long running tradition and legacy in athletics that our state has provided for so many years.
And for the past three days, there’s been plenty of events crowding the Hall of Fame celebration calendar: