Archive of: Last Word

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The Back Roads of Memory March-April 2013

The Back Roads of Memory

In early 1987 I was 16 and got my license to drive. What could top the electric sense of freedom that comes with having an operator’s license? Owning my First Car, of course.

Rabid, or Not Rabid? January-February 2013

Rabid, or Not Rabid?

If you aren’t 110 percent certain who the cat is or that you’re willing to die in a rabid stupor, take the shots.

Don’t Panic, It’s Just Doomsday! November-December 2012

Don’t Panic, It’s Just Doomsday!

Some simple tips to take the bite out of the end of the world — it IS ending, isn't it?

An Ode to My Hair September-October 2012

An Ode to My Hair

Our author completed her chemotherapy and radiation treatment for breast cancer in May. We wish her a speedy re-growth!

Remembering Our Youngest Patriots July-August 2012

Remembering Our Youngest Patriots

When mom or dad is in the military, children are called on to serve, too

In His Own Words May-June 2012

In His Own Words

In his own words rediscovering a father’s love by reading his journals

What Squirrels Can Teach Us About Retirement March-April 2010

What Squirrels Can Teach Us About Retirement

For Boomers, It Looks Like Stashing Nuts Beats the 401(k)

There’s No Place Like Tallahassee March-April 2009

There’s No Place Like Tallahassee

After 20 Years and Many Travels, This Atlanta Businessman Still Prefers His College Town