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I guess you all felt the universe stop moving a few weeks ago.
No, it wasn’t the Iran deal. Sorry, not the Supreme Court decision either. Even more catastrophic: My husband had a cold.
In her spare time, Savannah Moore has a hopping good time.
The college student and color guard instructor volunteers with Bun Bun Brigade in Elizabethtown, one of only two rabbit rescues in Kentucky.
She got her first rabbit during her senior year of high school.
“I had no idea what I was getting myself into,” she said.
The other day, my husband turned to me and said, “He’s 7. How did that happen?”
Pam deRoche believes in giving back and she has done just that to a community in which her roots are firmly planted.
“I live on the same street I did when I was born,” the Radcliff resident said.
I’m seeing a lot of rubber bracelets on wrists of people.
No, not the ones that were so ubiquitous in the 2000s that promoted charities or awareness such as Livestrong or WWJD.
Strangely enough, Nan Campbell’s role as a children’s librarian complements her degree in horticulture and has provided her an opportunity to give back to an organization that gave to her years earlier.
After asking my 4-year-old grandson what I should write about this month, he said, “the story of you.”
He just started preschool and they made a poster about the story of you. It must have been impactful because it still was on his mind a week later.
Cancer has touched Dana Atcher’s life on multiple levels but clinging to her faith she has endured.
Laura Ramsey has learned by helping others, she experiences personal growth.
Ramsey retired from Gates Rubber Co. after a car wreck caused a back injury and led to five surgeries.
For the past two years, she has been spending some of that retirement volunteering for the clothes closet at The Bridge Community Church in Elizabethtown.
My days are child-free. For six hours a day, every weekday, for the first time since I had children, I am at home alone, regularly.
It’s … odd. And quiet.
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