Lori Borgman: Package delivery a Christmas jumble
Sometimes life simply gets ahead of you. By a few minutes, a few hours, maybe even a day. Or let’s say your entire fall has been action-packed and life has gotten ahead of you by weeks.
Lori Borgman: The kid is rolling in the dough
Despite the cost of everything shooting through the roof, we know someone making money. Even better, we are related to him.
Lori Borgman: Five steps to a taking down a turkey
One of our daughters recently said the thought of making dinner every night for the rest of her life can nearly trigger a panic attack.
Chloe Brookbank: Jennings Panther Pantry helps families, gives students experience
The goal of the Jennings County Panther Pantry is to assist students and their families through food distribution programs. This year, the pantry is run by Roxanne Norton.
Lori Borgman: Are you pumped for pumpkin spice?
Each year it starts just a little bit earlier than the year before. There was a time when the hoopla didn’t begin until November. Then it slowly filled October and spilled over into September.
Lori Borgman: Roughing it when the dryer quits
We have been without a clothes dryer for approximately 24 days, 6 hours, 44 minutes and 22 seconds. But who’s counting?
Lori Borgman: Royal roots are relative
My better half has a mind for dates, numbers and details, and enjoys family history and genealogy. There are many people who enjoy genealogy, and they have many wonderful conversations. Usually with one another.
Upcoming events planned for Fourth of July
Starting this weekend, communities throughout Johnson County will start celebrating the Fourth of July with food, fun and fireworks.
Lori Borgman: Small back seat rider is a breeze
I am about to make my umpteenth trip to the grocery and am not happy about it. Having gathered my shopping essentials — wallet, car keys, cell phone, a list in illegible handwriting, reading glasses and a small chip on my shoulder, I hear a soft voice ask, “Grandma, can I go with you?”