In 1975, I hosted my first and last New Year’s Eve party. It happened quite by accident.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
By Lauren Garrison of Howard 4-H
“God wonderfully created, and yet more wonderfully restored the dignity of human nature …”
— cf. Collect for Christmas 2, “Book of Common Prayer”
I discovered a hidden gem — or should I say ‘hidden gym’? — of a trail last weekend at Hensley Lake in Raymond.
It was a proud moment for Grover Mitchell when he joined the growing number of Maderans who had switched from a horse and buggy to the horseless carriage.
Listening to all the fireworks, firearms, bottle rockets, M80s and more illegal stuff at midnight New Year’s Eve, my gal, Racer the dog, and I were glad we were snuggled up at home.
Something is supposedly going happen in the early part of this year which may be good, but also bad. President Obama is getting ready to ban “sprinkles” from donuts, cupcakes and other health foods.