It’s the play we’ve all seen multiple times over the last week. At the end of the Egg Bowl, Elijah Moore hiked up his leg like a dog taking a bathroom break after scoring what could have been the game-tying touchdown with four seconds left.
I remember getting my first cell phone in high school, a little white brick that chirped when someone tried to call, dented from repeated impacts against concrete, the screen scratched beyond readability.
Union High School employs a wide variety of quality teachers across many different subjects. Some of the more visible are the band directors of the Pride of Union Marching Band. The Union High School Band is directed by Adam and Katie De Venney, and over the years, they have become valued members of the community.
During this season, it is difficult to schedule individuals to interview for this column. Besides, sometimes we need to focus on the season itself. We established last week that the Christian God is the One to whom we must direct our thanks.
Of all the reasons I’ve had to be thankful this past week, one tops the list.
It’s not all the great food I got to share.
It’s not all the friends I got to see.
It’s not even that I got to spend a lot of time with my family, especially most of my children. Although it’s hard to top that.
I am grateful for…
Thanksgiving is almost here, which incidentally is why the paper is out a day early. And while the holidays are a special kind of hell for print schedules, Thanksgiving in particular is a time reflect on the many wonderful things with which we are blessed.