By Kevin McKinley
Guest Writer 

Looking at the past to be thankful


November 28, 2019

Courtesy Photo

Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Austin Hendrix

It's a time honored tradition on Thanksgiving to enjoy a meal with loved ones and, as we age, traditions with loved ones become all the sweeter as the years pass by like a river.

Yet it's easy to take for granted that a hot meal, with turkey and fixings, will be waiting when we come out of the woods at dinner time on that special day. It's special for a lot of reasons but not the least of which is the easing of the climate from the oppressive summer to the milder fall, the slight changing of leaves in our area and being together with those closest to us.

As a reminder to not take that plat...

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