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Dogwood Ramblings

Dogwood Ramblings

Patsy Williams called, bubbling over with the good news that last Sunday, (the 15th), Nick and Amanda Williams delivered a new baby, a little 7 lb. 6 oz. red-headed delight named Elizabeth JoAnne Williams.  The Williams families had all been ...

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My copy of the Douglas County Herald doesn’t arrive here until Friday afternoon.  However, on Thursday of last week I started receiving calls about my letter to the editor in last week’s issue.  All were very positive and one lady ...

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It has been busy here since the last column.  A nice group came here from Theodosia on Sunday to get some Naked Lady bulbs, Passion Flower and Asparagus Fern starts that were previously mentioned in this column.  All of my ...

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Not a lot of news coming from this community.  I did watch a bit of that show on SciFi called “Ghost Shark” for which my neighbor made the shark.  Mike Schultz did a good job on the shark that was ...

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I sure haven’t heard anyone complaining about the weather and that is unusual for August.  Randy, Kim and Ivan went floating this past weekend after mowing, etc.  Bob and Dana Wagner took a day off to do some traveling.  Rex ...

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A visitor came here to Dogwood last Friday to share an article with me about “Being Green”.  It seems many younger folk think that if we don’t bring our own grocery bags to the store among other recycle type things ...

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Election Day was long for sure, but not as tedious or busy as some previous ones.  We enjoyed visiting with friends and neighbors, getting to catch up on local news.  Some people were just driving by and saw the “Vote ...

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Memorial Day turned out to be more than originally intended.  Randy & Kim were to join me for an afternoon meal.  It ended up with Randy’s son “Pooh” and his family joining us as well as Arlene and Reanna, ten ...

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We managed to get through another nasty storm event.  It is so difficult to emotionally “place ourselves” in Moore, OK and feel what those poor unfortunate people went through.  Losing one’s property is one thing but losing loved ones of ...

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I thought this might be interesting for some of our older citizens.  I forget the year but think it was 1943 when my father was an air raid warden in Los Angeles before they drafted him into the Marines at ...

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