Laura Lamb prefers to see life through the lens of her camera.
A former firefighter, when she’s not help-ing students in the financial aid department at Elizabethtown Community and Tech-nical College, she often can be found taking photos of nature and for area non-profits.
Originally from Louisville, she moved to Hardin County at age 10.
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.
At times, I find myself being somewhat ungrateful for things and people who surround me. A few days ago, in my eyes, was just a normal day until I looked at the date. Twenty-five years ago on Nov. 9, 1989, the Berlin Wall was to be no more.