Here are some of the photos from Sunday's (November 12, 2017) Dedication ceremony when Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County (Tennessee) completed the job they set out to do for us. Installing central a/c (thank you Kimbro Air!), cutting the huge limb from over top of our house at the back (thank you Boze's Bucket... Continue Reading →
We recently had a conversation with our Nashville singer and songwriter friend, Jeremy Dean and he's been bringing us up to date on what's happening with him and his music. Jeremy had said: "I pick up the CDs of my new project on August 21, 2018 so that is the release date. Here is... Continue Reading →
By: Nancy P. Goodman (posted July 23, 2018) #NashvilleActors 4 years ago! It was a hot July day! and we were 'background extras' on the TV show 'Nashville'. This took place near Franklin Tennessee, in Lieper's Fork at an old grocery store there. We originally were to be 'elderly couple seated in rocking chairs on... Continue Reading →
Several years ago I went to the Nashville Banner and suggested a genealogy query column, with me supplying the questions for the column until it could generate enough interest from readers. The paper decided to publish the column and put writer David Logsdon as the editor of it. I did supply all of the first... Continue Reading →
Of course some may call us prejudiced, but when we attended the premiere screening for the new movie 'All Saints' at the Malco Smryna Cinema in Smyrna, Tennessee, on August 3, 2017 - we were really impressed with how great it turned out to be. Told from the perspective of the new minister of the... Continue Reading →
We have several clocks in the house, and most of them are the 'radio-controlled' kind which set themselves. This is very convenient, especially when daylight savings time in Middle Tennessee turns on or off 'round here. Most of our clocks work okay keeping time, but then, there's always the exception to the rule. The clock... Continue Reading →
After reading an article about talking to yourself in the third person, I may decide to start talking to myself.
Since the fuel or gas tax increase in Tennessee on July 1, we have been watching the gas prices closely, sometimes taking photos for our blog. Today the photos are from the Hendersonville TN USA area. Gas prices ranged from $2.04 at Speedway on Gallatin Road (beside Intown Suites) to $2.15 at Shell on New... Continue Reading →