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An Ounce of Mother is Worth a Pound of Clergy

"An ounce of mother is worth a pound of clergy." ~ Spanish Proverb ~ This is my little Momma. The picture was taken in 1982. This is how I always see her and will always see her. I have seen her younger and I have seen her older, but there is something about this picture… Continue reading An Ounce of Mother is Worth a Pound of Clergy

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Never Worked a Day in Her Life?! by Beverly Hicks Burch

Never Worked a Day in Her Life?! Seriously?! This week Hilary Rosen started a firestorm when she accused Ann Romney of “never working a day in her life”. My first thought was, “Seriously?! Are you really dragging out that old insult? You must feel really threatened!” In life I’ve found the go to tactic is… Continue reading Never Worked a Day in Her Life?! by Beverly Hicks Burch

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I’m a Little Teapot…, by Beverly Hicks Burch

I’m a Little Teapot… By Beverly Hicks Burch I might have mentioned it before, but I have a shared “affliction” with my little Momma…one she actually passed on to me. That affliction is a love of dishes and a desire to “collect” dishes. As Daddy says we have a lot of plunder in that department,… Continue reading I’m a Little Teapot…, by Beverly Hicks Burch

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The Last Widows of the Confederacy, by Beverly Hicks Burch

The Last Widows of the Confederacy By Beverly Hicks Burch It happened on the Friday before Labor Day 2007. Tall and Handsome and I were driving back to Knoxville from another lovely Southern city. We’d been in this city for about two weeks…well at least Scoot, AKA Watson the Wonder dog and I had been… Continue reading The Last Widows of the Confederacy, by Beverly Hicks Burch