Storytellers past I remember visiting my Grandmother when I was a young. She’d often make fried apple pies and there was nothing like them. Many times when I’d visit, my Great Grandfather, her dad who we all called Grandpaw Henderson, would be sitting at the table. I knew he was about to tell me a […]
Happy New Year! As 2018 became reality, many of you ushered in the new year over a meal of black eyed peas and cabbage. It’s a Southern culinary tradition that many people observe. I’m going to step out on a limb and say that most of you don’t know why the tradition began. Treason the […]
Some Southern people misappropriate ancestry. Many modern Southerners disregard their ancestors. I hit on that nail in my last post. Either they neglect to think about them or they willfully forget them. Some Southern people misappropriate ancestry. But how? 1) Neglect Family has suffered at the hand of modernity. Our communities used to be agricultural. […]
One can easily obtain apologetics from the Psalms. That’s right. I said the Psalms. Most of the time when we think of the Books of Psalms in the Scriptures, we think songs or prayers. Well, that’s what they are. But, it’s not very often that we consider the Psalms as a source for apologetics though. […]
The old common sense saying seems to apply pretty well here. Perception is probably reality, at least this time…
The Universe is probably an apologetic duck.