It was pretty cool and patriotic to see all the American flags waving in the gentle breeze as I drove around town yesterday.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
“Always try to maintain complete tolerance and always make an effort to give people more than they expect.”
— Scott Hamilton
A 3-year-old supposedly went with his father to see litter of kittens. Returning he excitedly told his mother there were two boy kittens and two girl kittens.
“How did you know?” she asked.
“Nothing is more important than we receive Divine Guidance in everything we do.”
— Ernest Holmes
The national media had just finished fawning all over LeBron James like a giddy schoolgirl at a Justin Bieber concert.
Superlatives from the national pundits were flying like candy from a piñata.
We soon will know whether the Legislature will approve the sale of $2.7 billion in state bonds to start construction on the California High-Speed Rail project — supposedly in Madera’s backyard.
Unless you’re a Boy Scout, Girl Scout, or a member of the armed forces, chances are you are not celebrating today. It’s not a national holiday, although some states recognize it as such.