Newscoma Has Moved
Sunday, August 06, 2006
  Sunday Morning Coming Down Things have been a little hairy the last couple of weeks. We've had so much news in my small little town that posting about National News is not something I've had a lot of time to do. I will say that I STILL DON'T HAVE my local county's results for Thursday's election results. What does this mean in the world of newspaper? It means the story has changed. It means that instead of talking about the winners and losers of the election, we talk about the process of the election in our next paper. We will get through this and head to the next story. Thank you all for the kind sentiments expressed regarding the death of Dustin Laird who was killed in Iraq last week which I have passed on to the family in Martin. You will never know how much it means to them. A funeral, as of yesterday, has still not been scheduled, so we will wait and see as it is hour by hour now. So I'm asking you a favor. Hug your children today. Tell them how much they mean to you. Tell a friend how they have made your life better. Tell your lover their value to you. Say something nice to a co-worker instead of being critical. Contact another blogger and say how much their words have impacted your life in a positive way. Do something kind today for another person. In the end, all we have is each other. No matter what our politics are. No matter what our lifestyles may be. We are all in this together and it is our personal actions toward other people that make the difference. We are all we've got. 
Really? Nothing official yet?

That's mighty odd.
I posted a few results for Weakley as they pertain to my race (gotten from TN Election Commission). I know the sorrow that Martin must be feeling at losing one of it's own on the battlefield. Knowing your son died a hero is of little comfort to a mother.
Do you have on your cleanest dirty shirt? Heh.
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