Category Archives: 2018

The Beach Boys

I went several decades without attending a concert of any well-known singer or group.  I broke that streak in November of 2018 to go see Willie Nelson in Macon.  In January of 2019 I added another name to the list … Continue reading

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A Caved In Church

In the Oakfield Community on Highway 300 there’s an old church building that’s almost completely caved in.  Mt. Zion Baptist Church has been vacant for a long time but had stayed mostly intact until recently.  It was probably Hurricane Michael … Continue reading

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Triplets – The Beginning

I’m not very good at keeping up with birthdays, but it’s easy to remember when our children were born.  A struggling stork landed in Warner Robins with Erin, Seth, and Carrie on December 22, 1978.  That was forty years ago, … Continue reading

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My Christmas Story

Author:  John Bonner, 1915-2004 When I was a child I heard many Christmas stories and watched varied kinds of Christmas programs.  Every year our church presented a pageant and the offering taken at that service was used for local benevolences. … Continue reading

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John Bonner’s Christmas Story

Mr. John Bonner was born May 10, 1915.  He died May 12, 2004, two days after his 89th birthday.  He was 60 and silver haired when I first met him in 1975.  For almost thirty years I saw him on … Continue reading

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Willie’s Nimble Fingers

Jane and I went to Macon in November of 2018 to see country music legend Willie Nelson.  Attending concerts of big-name musicians are a bit out of our regular routine.  I had not been to one since college days in … Continue reading

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Whatcha Callit,

A July 2018 fire in Unadilla gutted what many remember as Hamrick Furniture and Appliance.  As a young man Mr. Harry Hamrick joined his father in the family business on Front Street.  Mr. Harry owned and ran it for 68 … Continue reading

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