Echoes

Echoes

Family History: yesterday’s memories, tomorrow’s legacy By Lana Turnbull We Southerners love stories and storytelling…Let’s face it, whether it’s family history told by older generations around the fireplace, or chilling legends of haunted houses and century-old cemeteries around a campfire, we love to hear them all. Note that I said hear – not read about. I’m not knocking reading by any means, and I’m a real fan of keeping journals and writing Read more »
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September 10, 2012
Feeding the Soul

Feeding the Soul

Beating the odds… BEATING breast cancer By Debbie Abide What are the odds? I’ve seen all the statistics…one in eight women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer at some time during her life. But, wouldn’t you think that the “one” must have missed a few mammograms or forgot to do a self check one month? Not necessarily. I’m not saying I do everything right…I still love the sun and fried foods Read more »
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September 09, 2012
Feeding the Soul

Feeding the Soul

Fitness and Fatherhood: Passin' It On By Joey Lee Afew years ago, while speaking to an elementary school about a 150 mile race across the Sahara Desert I was training for, a little girl, about six years old, asked a question that really bothered me, “Can girls do that?” Fast forward eight years and that question haunts me now more than ever because I am now snuggling with a beautiful baby girl of Read more »
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July 11, 2012
Echoes

Echoes

For the love of more than the game. By Nathan Crace Most kids pick up the game of golf from their dads because, generally speaking, the paternal limb of the family tree carries the dominant golf gene – dominant in frequency, not necessarily in ability. My personal story bucks the trend: my dad didn’t play golf. In fact, no one in my immediate family – neither my mom or two older sisters Read more »
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July 09, 2012
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