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My youngest child, my daughter, is starting kindergarten in a few weeks.
I … don’t know how I feel about that.
I am relieved in so many ways. Being at home has been a daily struggle between responsibilities that have to be done and the fun that everyone wants to have. It feels like I have failed on all fronts.
As Tesia Rivera stood on the porch of her Elizabethtown home, she turned the small silver ring above the knuckle of her right pinky.
The ring, which bears the Girl Scouts’ insignia, was her great-grandmother’s.
“Her fingers were so small,” Rivera said.
Lately, there has been a song stuck in my head, I’m not sure where it came from because I hadn’t heard it played in a long time.
Milissa French’s desire to help others began when she was a child and continues today in her work with Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland.
When she was a child in Hodgenville, she enjoyed volunteering at the senior center, nursing homes and other activities.
“Those were fun times for me,” she said.
Despite life’s ups and downs, Cecilia resident Linda Curtsinger exudes a positive energy and doesn’t feel she has to act like some might expect a 52-year-old woman to act.
So I’ve gotten over my fear of taking my children out in public by myself.
Our summer hasn’t been that bad, actually. After a few very, very rough days full of bickering and yelling and bugging each other just for the fun of it, the kids settled down into a sort of truce.
I love looking at old photos — especially black and white photos, taken before color photos became common in the late 1960s.
Something about their shades of gray makes them more evocative, promising a wealth of stories and memories within each image.
Diane Hafer has her hands full working with “the boys” — Bart Lovins, Aaron Taylor and Eric Pope — at the Hardin County School’s Performing Arts Center at John Hardin High School.
Even so, she enjoys the family atmosphere the group has created over the years.
Jody Ingalls is the voice of a generation or, more accurately, many generations.
Wilma Ewing’s life has been musical for many years.
The 67-year-old started taking piano lessons at age 6 and always loved singing.
She’s originally from Bowling Green and went to school at Western Kentucky University.
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