Kathleen H. Taylor
Welcome back to Beason.
Our deepest sympathy goes out to Sharon Taylor for the loss of her sister. Our hearts and thoughts are with you at this time.
I would like to thank whoever it is for giving me an incredibly wild life I didn't know I had. I just wish I actually experienced it to know what it was that I did. My main question is, how did I find time to do it all? I realize I am an amazing woman, but, let's get real. Two jobs, two kids. It doesn't really make time to be the female version of Kid Rock. But, nonetheless, I appreciate your efforts of making me appear more social than the average bear.
Ethan is the proud owner of 4 piglets. I am not really sure how to comment on this one. I do know I am so not going to go feed them when it gets cold and snowy. I don't recall reading anything about animal care in the book of motherhood. It must be another one of those things in the fine print that we don't bother reading until we get the bill from the hospital after our child's birth. Have you ever received a bill and find yourself saying, "Where did it say that was included?" Well, the fine print was where it was included.
Do you remember when technology was supposed to save us so much time? I got my computer back from being repaired and I still can't get it to function properly. I used to think I was kind of smart about computers, but, that thought has totally gone out the window. Is there some sort of 911 phone number for people who are going to take a sledge hammer to their piece of technology? I absolutely despise going to the library to use their computers. Don't get me wrong, the librarians are really nice and helpful. But, since their computers are limited, it's hard to get to one without waiting awhile first. Some days I am just not in the mood to wait.
I wasn't going to comment on the recent letters to the editor, but, I feel that it is something that needs to be said. Is it really necessary to be so vicious to each other? I absolutely admit I do not know all the facts. But, from what I have read, perhaps both sides have been right and been wrong. OK, with that being said, can't we just get over it and move on? There's always going to be a "he said, she said" scenario in life, that's just a fact. In my opinion, (and you know I always have one) just learn something from it and put it in the round circular file.
7-11's Main Girl on Campus let me borrow her new Daughtry CD. It is the bomb! I totally recommend the purchase of it. From the words of the music, I gathered someone's heart had been broken badly. I can't imagine breaking Chris's heart. I'd definitely hold on to that one. Anyway, it's a great CD; I think you will love it.
Well, I decided to end this week's article with a quote. I love it and I have used it before, but, it is something to keep in mind. "Success is to be measured not so much by the position one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome."-Booker T. Washington.