Luke was maybe 2, maybe a little younger, but old enough to walk. It was spring or summer, the sun was out and it was warm that morning.
Staff writer Tina Thurmond-Jones wrote a stirring, heartfelt, tug-at-your-emotions two-part story on being homeless. She went even deeper to show that being homeless is closer than you think.
On Christmas Eve, we are giddy with excitement and plan to the best of our abilities. Luke reminds me that the cookies have to be a certain way, and don’t forget the milk.
Houses divide, including mine. Friendships will die, at least for a day, maybe two.
On a week when state high school football playoffs start and Alabama vs. LSU closes it out on Saturday night, the game of all games was played Tuesday evening.
Thanks to the Alabama Legislature, I can be a teacher if I want. The best part is I don’t even have to go to school to do so.
Two police officers were shot in Ferguson, Missouri, this week as demonstrators gathered after the city’s police chief resigned following a Justice Department report alleging bias in the police department and court.
He’s pushing five months old, and Tucker Bradford has already dealt with more in life than most. The youngster has been through two open heart surgeries already. He’s been on life support more than once. Doctors first said they didn’t expect him to live.
Give our governor a little credit: he’s finally standing up for himself. He no longer plans on being relegated to second fiddle or getting pushed to the side by the big players in the Republican Party.