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Sweet treat: Candy corn plant will brighten up garden — if you remember
It is said everyone has some kind of talent. My biggest talent is forgetting stuff. Back in November, Kylee Quarterson sent me a photo of her neighbor Mary Lou’s unusual plant. I was supposed to go see it, but I forgot.
Gary Church: When it comes to gift giving, sometimes I just don't get the right signal
There was a time in the early 70's when my wife and I were dating, that we weren't dating. When Christmas time came around, I thought I should still get her something. Not something elaborate, just something.
Gary Church: Ready to start shopping, men? May I suggest a Wax Vac?
Gentlemen, if you haven't looked at your calendar lately, today is our day to start our Christmas shopping. You'll probably be in a hurry, so I'll give you some professional tips on what to get your bride this year.
Gary Church: I’m no puppet — and no John Tesh either! (with video)
You would think a guy my age would have some idea what his next adventure would be. Apparently, that’s not the case. About a month ago, Gaylord Kauffman made an announcement that comedian/ventriloquist/musician Taylor Mason was coming to First Baptist Church.
Gary Church: When it comes to baked potatoes, grease is the word
If I have heard it once, I have heard it a thousand times. The sentence that most often comes from the lips of my wife is, "I don't know what to have for supper!" She blames me. She says I am hard to cook for.
Gary Church: Was I a winner or a sinner? What do you think?
There are some people in the world who get paid to play games. Then there are also those who get paid not to play games. I am among the latter.
Gary Church: My X-rated attempt to keep my wife warm
It's that time of year when I have to hit the stores to do a little shopping. By correcting some past mistakes, I am getting better at it. In prior years, I have bought my wife a winter coat.
Gary Church: Really? Mike Wells drinks milk in restaurants? Who nu nu?
My beverage of choice is ice cold milk. How I miss the days when Spike Wallace, and later on Brad Wallace, would bring the milk right to the door, or put it directly in the refrigerator for us.
Gary Church: Me? A ‘slop?’ Nah, I’m just practical
Well, she's at it again. The name calling I have to put up with has rekindled. Since winter is upon us, and I must wear outer garments, the verbal abuse gets worse. My wife has been referring to me as a "slop."
Gary Church: I’ve (still) got the music in me — but I can’t play bass ball
Something caught my attention in Tim Kolodziej's blog last week. He says when he enters a gym, and hears the basketballs being dribbled, he thinks, "I've got to play." That doesn't happen to me. I never could dribble a ball.
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