Vine Grove resident Kimberly Mohammed is a U.S. Army veteran, La Leche leader, homeschool parent and author who, in 2010, faced the realization her 1½-year-old son, Kazi, was regressing developmentally.
I mean, I know it took long enough. But now I’m 33½ and have two young children of my own, I think it is time to call myself an adult. It didn’t happen when I turned 18, or 21 or when I got married. And it didn’t even happen when I became a mother.
As I think back to Christ-mases past, I recall the excitement and the anticipation of the guy coming down a chimney that we did not have. My Mom always told me that Daddy was going to get up and let Santa Claus in the front door by the tree.
Renae Harrison is happily retired from her role as Hardin County adult education coordinator. Although she thoroughly enjoyed her job, she says did it so well she wasn’t needed anymore and retired in October.
And that was fine with her. It had actually been a goal.