THE NEW FORTY Oh, how I love this story!
Today I share a great little Associated Press story out of Brainerd, Minnesota. Oh, how I love this story!
On the surface, this is the story of Rin Heise's prom dress, but in-between the lines is a b... Posted on 4/27/13 at 2:30 PM
FATHER KNOWS LAST Velva Junior Prom 1980
In Velva, it was customary for the Junior Class to organize and pay for the annual prom, and then invite the Senior Class to attend; it was called the Junior Prom for that reason. The only rule for a... Posted on 4/29/12 at 8:01 PM
SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT Riding the Beartooth Pass
Andrew is my friend.
When I meet someone for the first time, I like to find out if we know the same people. With Andrew, this process started when I asked where he was from. Oh, Cavalier you say? I... Posted on 4/29/12 at 4:16 PM
MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE Facebook: Sometimes I Like It, Sometimes I Don't
So many people want me to like them, I feel as if I were back in high school or junior high. Thank God I'm not; once was enough.
This time around's a little different though. Instead of being accos... Posted on 4/18/12 at 11:32 AM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY A Smile
I have been working on getting all of my photos loaded back into my computer. Finally they are there..where they belong..well not exactly how they were before..but getting there. Some of them make me ... Posted on 3/31/09 at 6:12 AM
Traditional proms include the perfect dress, the perfect flowers and the perfect date, all catered and special to the individual. But tradition doesn’t have a twin sister. Hannah and Adrian McInnes, seniors at Jamestown High School and identical twins, decided to make a custom of their own and invited identical twin brothers Josh and Jeremiah Dockter, who graduated from JHS last year.
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