by Terry Hargrove I can’t believe I am so self-centered that I would post something all about me on Mother’s Day. Talk about a selfish baby boomer! It’s much better to talk […]
by Terry Hargrove Monday is the 149th day of the school year, leaving me with 31 days of work before the long, cold night of unemployment settles in. My wife and I spent […]
by Terry Hargrove Days remaining in spring break: 1 Days of meaningful employment left: 41 Paychecks remaining: 10 Unused sick days: 20 Number of three-day weekends coming up: I see a couple […]
by Terry Hargrove This is a tale of a parent’s love, a lucky cup, a new pick-up truck, and the first ever Take Your Daughter To Work Day. This year, that day […]
by Terry Hargrove The Boy Scouts. I know that’s a fragment, but sentence fragments remind me of a rope that needs tying, and everything I learned about rope tying I learned in […]
by Terry Hargrove In 1990, I was a language arts teacher at Whitthorne Middle School in Columbia, Tennessee. One fine April morning, I strolled into the office and found our principal heavily […]
by Terry Hargrove When we were kids, one of the things we looked forward to every Easter was the chicken wire pen in the basement of Kuhn’s Five and Dime. For a […]
“In times like the present, men should utter nothing for which they would not willingly be responsible through time and eternity.” Who said it?
“It’s absolutely stunning to me, the contempt in which the network holds the audience. The idea that these people have standards is laughable.” Who said it?
“If in the first act you have hung a pistol on the wall, then in the following one it should be fired. Otherwise don’t put it there.” Who said it?