From Staff Reports
My generation of late twenty-somethings will be running the show in a few years, and I hope we're all ready when that time comes.
Today's column is dedicated to topics that make you go hmmm.
When will it end? Where will we be in 10 years? Will it be so ubiquitous we won't even notice it anymore?
It is that time of the year a couple of weeks before or after the Major League Baseball All-star break and your team is either in or out.
It was well after 10 p.m. when my mother called to tell me she was on her way from Mobile with my father, brother, sister, niece, nephew and brother-in-law.
Tank is a 7 year old, gray and white Persian mix. He has been neutered, declawed, and all vaccinations are current. Tank was originally adopted out from CCHS in 2000. He was recently returned to CCHS, not because of anything he had done, but simply because there was a new baby in the house. Tank is an exceptionally sweet and gentle boy, and he does fine with other cats and dogs. Weighing in at approximately 18 pounds, Tank is a BIG boy! Though not a young cat, he is really only "middle-age" for a cat, and he has many good years ahead of him.
I think back about what I liked most or remember most about Christmas as a kid and one of those things that stands out in my mind is the waiting for it to come. This anticipation included finding ways to make the clock tick faster so the big day would arrive. I guess parents who are older and wiser know that you can't make time go any faster than one tick at a time. So they devised ways to make hours and sometimes days go by as we moved at molasses speed towards the big day.
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