Today's Opinions

  • Not one, but two for the ages

    Well, that was a whopper. two whoppers to be exact. I’ve never seen anything like the two winter storms we just experienced and I don’t think that’s strictly my age talking.

    After the snow three weeks ago, it was said that it was the largest in the area since the 1990s, maybe even since the storm of 1978 dropped 18 inches in two days.

    After last week, the comparisons seem to have ceased. I’m not sure many of us can say we’ve seen anything like the two storms we just experienced, especially around these parts.

  • Snow lovers, haters and laters

    Since the last snow storm trounced my part of the country, I’ve come to the conclusion that the world can be neatly divided into three distinct groups of people:  snow lovers, snow haters, and what I’ve dubbed snow “laters,” laters being a combination of those who both love and hate snow.

  • The Miracle Man called home

    “God gives his hardest battles to his toughest soldiers.”
    - Unknown

    I like that quote.

    My wife was coming home from the hospital last Thursday after her father died. It was late at night after a very long day. We waited up for her so we could give her a hug and let her know that we love her so very much.

  • The Brett Show brought it all

    By G.B. Dixon

    A distinct variety of fulfilling entertainment was February’s appeasement for wearying us with intense cold, and pelting us with water in varying degrees of solid. There were plays and concerts, musicals and musicales. The past week in particular was jammed with much to do.

  • From the lemon tree

    God is in details, I am supposed to believe, but I was having trouble finding him inside that lemon tree.

    Actually, I didn’t even realize the darn thing was a tree. It looked like a plant, although a tree is a plant, I’ve since learned.

    “You mean to tell me that’s a lemon tree?” I incredulously asked my wife. “It looks like a plain ol’ plant to me.” (“And a scrawny one at that,” but I kept my assessment to myself, for Lori seemed attracted to the tree, for some reason.)

  • God's promise

    “Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me. In my Father’s house are many rooms. If it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also. And you know the way to where I am going.”
    - Jesus Christ

  • Check out the Bretts

    By G.B. Dixon

    Good News. Wintertime warmth is not in short supply this week. Set a blazing fire at home, yawn and watch it sizzle by the hour, or get out to see the lovable, high-octane performances given by the Brett family, as they make their only Kentucky stop of a world tour.

  • Missing work

    What about that big snow last week?

    That’s one for the record books.