I have heard as you get older you tend to forget things. I do know two things they say you never forget is how to tie your shoes, or how to ride a bike. I tend to believe that theory. I can still tie my shoes. And as a matter of fact, I took up biking about six months ago. No, I didn’t go telling people about it, because they would not believe it until they got the visual.
I have had the pleasure of meeting several superstar athletes since becoming a journalist.
Each had their stories to tell — some good, some bad and some down right interesting — but the athletes I remember most, ironically, were when I was much younger.
The honor bestowed to me on the first professional athlete I met was Keyuo Craver.
Don’t remember him? That’s alright. Even the most diehard New Orleans Saints fans probably don’t either.
It’s Dec. 1. So it’s past the point for all you Scrooges and Grinches to complain.
Like it or not, the Christmas season is here, and Lincoln Parish is ready to begin celebrating.
Actually, the celebrating began a few days before Thanksgiving with Ruston’s Annual Downtown Christmas Open House, but there are still plenty of holiday festivities in the upcoming few weeks to get everyone into the spirit.