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Friday, May 27, 2016

  • Wednesday, May 25, 2016 11:45 PM
    Have you ever walked in a home where feelings just perch into your mind? Well, when I visited this week’s couple, words such as cozy, unique, and perfect are adjectives describing their abode. To top that off, exceptionally delicious homemade brownies (need that recipe, please) greeted me.
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  • Thursday, May 19, 2016 1:00 AM
    When I get depressed, which thank goodness, isn’t often, all I have to do is look out my front window and check-out my neighbor’s yard.  It’s like a botanical garden and the colors just perk me up.  It reminds me of Mr. Rogers’ song, “It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood … won’t you be my neighbor?”  Certainly, I have a great neighbor, and she’s my guest this week.
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  • Wednesday, May 11, 2016 11:58 PM
    If you listen to the weather and news on the local radio station early in the morning, you might hear today’s guest. She noted that she received a great deal of her training from Editor Scotty Cameron while working for a year at The Paper of Montgomery County. At the radio, she also does Live Remote where she goes to a local happening and promotes the event live.
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  • Thursday, May 05, 2016 1:34 AM
    How I met this week’s featured guests is easy! I received a phone call from my daughter, Suzie, saying, “Mom, get over here. You’ve got to see this beautiful house!” Certainly, it was worth the trip to view gorgeous Christmas decorations. I used to decorate at least three themed-trees, nothing compared to their 50 plus.
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  • Wednesday, April 27, 2016 10:54 PM
    This week’s couple lives on 80 acres of property going back to his direct ancestor, Moses Denman, owner. In fact, he has Moses’ original large, heavy tombstone. Several years ago, all the members of the Denman family were moved to the Alamo cemetery with new stones put up, so versus destroying Moses’ original, beautiful stone, he has it to remind him of all the hard working ancestors living in the area and on his property before him.
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  • Wednesday, April 20, 2016 11:53 PM

    Out of the Alamo Fire Department, my female guest became Indiana’s “Miss Flame,” and one of the first female State FFA Officers. He has trapped crabs in Oregon and cut timber in Alaska. Where and how these two met is just as much an interesting tale.

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  • Wednesday, April 13, 2016 11:53 PM
    Lots of laughs with this week’s couple at yep, you guessed it, Pizza Hut.  I got to know them about a decade ago when their son and two of our grandsons played basketball together.  Knew our male guest a bit before that as our daughter, Suzie, worked with him and really thinks the world of this man; plus, his wife’s reputation as an exceptional Special Education teacher is well-known.  I can truthfully say these two are beautiful, inside and out.
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  • Wednesday, April 06, 2016 11:29 PM
    This week’s guest is like a granddaughter to me. We’ve been on a couple of short vacations together and I even introduced her as such. Just a couple of days ago, we had a mini-cheap day out, at Logansport. We ate lunch at Mr. Happy Burger’s and even got to meet 83-year-old, Mr. Happy who told us the story of how the restaurant came about, beginning with a $10,000 loan.
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  • Thursday, March 31, 2016 1:05 AM
    Got to celebrate (okay, 9 hours late) his birthday with this week’s guest.  Made him and his wonderful wife a brownie and sang to him, candle and all. Breakfast at Arby’s and a grand time!  Both are graduates of large Catholic high schools in Evansville, he from Rex Mundi, she from Mater Dei.
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  • Thursday, March 24, 2016 12:40 AM
    Of course, we met this week’s guests at PH! Thanks you two special people for making mine and the hub’s day a great one.  Multiple special happenings are coming up in their lives.  For one, they will be celebrating their 50th anniversary in August.
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  • Thursday, March 17, 2016 12:51 AM
    Although I’ve known this week’s guests less than a decade, they, like me, have never seen strangers, so it was like we’d known each other forever! She graduated from North Montgomery where her long jump track record stood for several years, also played volleyball and basketball and was raised on a small farm with two sisters and a brother.
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  • Thursday, March 10, 2016 1:21 AM
    This week’s guest grew-up in Indianapolis, having two sisters who still live in the Indy area and a brother now in Tacoma, Washington.  His father was a WWII veteran who fought in North Africa and Italy and his mom a nurse.  A graduate of Ben Davis HS, he attended IUPUI, where he met his wife, (both English majors) who is from an early Darlington-area Montgomery County family.
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  • Wednesday, March 02, 2016 11:45 PM
    Jim and I had a grand visit at the beautiful home of this week’s guests.  We have a lot in common.  In fact, one of those commonalities, we didn’t even talk about, but their daughter (who is also the fab picture taker this week), told me about it.  They eloped.  Jim and I did, too.  I grew up in a small town (Waveland) and he grew-up in a small town with a W, too - Wingate.
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  • Thursday, February 25, 2016 4:23 AM

    Think I’ve known this sweet gal since she was born, watched her grow-up and saw her married.  In fact, I’m pretty sure the wedding (or the shower) was the first time I met her man.  Right off, I loved that sweet smile and twinkle in his eye as he watched her.  What’s really awesome is I think he still does that, well most of the time!  So, you’ll never guess where we met this couple and their two gals for supper.  I know ya’ know and you’re right!  Pizza Hut indeed!  We enjoyed every minute of it, too.

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  • Thursday, February 18, 2016 12:20 AM
    Can’t say I know this couple super well, but when I’m around them, I certainly enjoy their jolly, spirited team work.  Hubs and I see them at least twice a year and sometimes more.  Jim has a tendency to rack-up more visiting with them than I tally.  These two work together every day and present a perfect match. 
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