Nice to have a relaxing weekend back at home this week

By VIRGINIA WELCH,

I have been staring at a blank page for an hour, trying to determine what to write for the column this week. I had to charge all of my tech equipment this evening. I checked for messages several times this week and had none. It is Sunday night, past my bedtime. With my phone fully charged, finally, I discovered a message from Annie Duett.



First ever Union Day a success, and Phillips returns to work

By VIRGINIA WELCH,

Based on information from local business people, the turn out for the first annual Union Day was quite good.

My friend and fellow Writers Guild member, Pam Hillman, had a booth there. I planned to take my copy of her book, “Road to Magnolia Glen,” to have her sign it, but I didn’t dare brave the heat. I hope it was successful











Newton/Neshoba Writers Guild meetings find a new home

By VIRGINIA WELCH,

I hope the week is finding you all well and the rest of it will be blessed. I have done everything I know to do to restore the voice mail to my digital home phone to no avail. I think the next step will have to be replacing these old handsets. Meanwhile, continue to use the same number to leave voice mail that is used for texting.


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