Hold on before you start rolling your eyes and moaning, 'Oh no, she's talking about the Dawgs again,' don't worry, I'm not. After last week's game against the Florida Gators, I'm speechless and that don't happen very often for me. My husband says I even talk in my sleep, but I countered that's better than snoring, right?
I bet you were secretly hoping I was through talking about the Georgia Bulldawgs, right? Well friends, you're just gonna have to endure my ranting for a little longer. Things have gotten fired up in Athens, and we've got a little something worth bragging about now and things are starting to get really interesting.
I told ya it was gonna happen and it did. But I ain't talking about the Bulldogs losing to Colorado last Saturday. I knew they still had some fight left in them and fight they did, even maintaining a 3 point lead throughout part of the game until late in the fourth quarter. I will probably be one of the last fans standing, a sucker for the underdog, rooting my beloved Dawgs on no matter how ugly it gets.
You've probably figured out by now that I love animals of all kinds, except snakes. I could talk about my little dogs all the time but I want to shift gears a little and talk about a different kind of dog, the Georgia Bulldogs. After all, it is that time of year and with football, there's always plenty to talk about. It doesn't matter where you go - restaurants, grocery store, school, work, post office ...
Sept. 11 had become a significant date in our family for 12 years, then, in 2001 it took on a whole new meaning.
How many of you picked up the Wednesday Covington News and read the local business report? While I was saddened to learn that Popeye's has closed its Covington location, I started recalling other restaurants and businesses that have come and gone to Newton County. It brought back quite a few memories of fine businesses that served our community as well as surrounding areas.
Before you settle in with your coffee, you might ought to run grab your hankies before reading any further, cause this column is gonna be a real tear-jerker. I like making people laugh, but sometimes you need to let go and get things out even if people think you may need to be committed. Sometimes you don't even have to do anything for people to draw that conclusion.
Well, the unthinkable has happened and I am as puzzled as anyone as to how this happened. Deadline is fast approaching and I am facing a blank template waiting to be filled with something worthy of printing. Yes, you read right, I am at a loss for words if you can imagine that.