Man forgoes standard home security for “coronavirus” method instead

Sikeston, MO — A Sikeston man was questioned over the phone about a sign seen on his door in the last week or so, after reports from neighbors questioned it’s authenticity. Concerns grew from the homemade warning to which the man, who’s name we will not include for sake of privacy, responded, “If anyone wantsContinue reading “Man forgoes standard home security for “coronavirus” method instead”

Chris Janson’s tattoos

Chris Janson has made his mark on country music with hits like “Buy Me A Boat” and “Fix A Drink,” but the singer/songwriter also has a bit of country marked on him. The Missouri-native has a tattoo of the 24th state admitted to the union, Missouri, tattooed on the inside of his left arm.¬†Georgia, asContinue reading “Chris Janson’s tattoos”

Crawfish to Bridge One, a story about running

Ever since the trip to Missouri where my brother and I ran 5Ks and worked out almost every day, he and I have gotten back into running, me in Nashville and him in Orlando. I can’t really speak for him in regards to how much he’s running but I lace up maybe 3 or 4Continue reading “Crawfish to Bridge One, a story about running”

In the name of love…

I heard a saying recently: “Days go by slow but weeks go by fast.” How true that’s been for me in the last 15 to 20 days. It seems like yesterday I was watching deer in a neighborhood yard… …and that’s already been 4 weeks ago! Since then I’ve been around the southeast from BirminghamContinue reading “In the name of love…”

A week at summer camp: Part 2

So tagging on to my previous post about going back to summer camp, I was most excited about these three things: 1. My nephew going to Kanakuk/ road trip with him and my brother 2. Seeing a few old friends 3. Serving any and all staff for the week Immediately after walking into the campContinue reading “A week at summer camp: Part 2”