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Wednesday, Mar. 12, 2014
My Three Boys
Posted Wednesday, January 4, at 10:14 PM
I have written many columns when I worked at the Times-Gazette about my beautiful daughter. She is at the age now where she would prefer I did not tell the whole community her business - especially if it is embarrassing. Since she is my best material, I will always write about her. I just might not tell her!...
I am looking for anyone who might have an adoption story to share. Were you adopted and have since found out who your birth parents or siblings are? Have you tried and not been able to find anyone? Did you give a child up for adoption? Please, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are willing to share your story...
Bo, I'm not sure about those ghosts....
Bo Melson asked in his blog if anyone believed in ghosts. I have some stories to tell, but after all these years of telling them to people I am not sure how much really happened and how much I might have imagined (just a little). The first time I remember seeing a ghost was when I was about 6 years old. My parents and I were staying temporarily at my deceased great-grandparents house in Wartrace while our new house was being built across town...
An Old Friend
I was in high school when I met my friend, Rusty. He was from Mississippi and I can't even remember how or why he ended up in Shelbyville by himself at that young age. He was around my age but already out of school and he seemed way more mature than my 17 years...
What's for dinner?
Well, now that I have this great blog to share and get ideas back....I need help. It seems as if my days are spent trying to think of what to cook for dinner. Along the way, I have come up with or found some pretty good recipes and ideas, but still get tired of the same ole, same ole...
I Hope She Dances
It's that time of year again and I'm not talking about the horseshow. I'm talking about my daughter Jordan's birthday. On September 1, 2002, my dream of becoming a mother came true. But, it wasn't easy. Due to my medical history, I drove back and forth to Vanderbilt to a doctor there who specialized in high risk pregnancies. I was also working for Vanderbilt at the time as an office manager in an offsite clinic here in Shelbyville...
Life... and Death
Although I have thankfully not experienced losing a child, I know in my soul that would be the worst pain in the world. About 20 years ago, I watched one of my best friends, Beth Scroggins, lose her soon to be three year old daughter to meningitis. It all happened within 24 hours. ...
Sherri Frame, a former staff-writer for the T-G, grew up in Wartrace and now makes her home in Shelbyville with her daughter, Jordan. She graduated from Cascade High School and earned her bachelor's degree in management at Trevecca Nazarene University. Sherri is currently unemployed.