Matthew’s French Toast and Apple Dip
This week I want to share with you my grandson’s favorite breakfast at his Gann’s(me) house. His request is quite simple. French Toast, Thick Sliced Applewood Bacon, and Coffee with French Vanilla Cream. Mary, my sister, and I always cook our bacon in the oven. I use a large cookie sheet, covered with foil, andRead more »
One of the biggest threats to our children’s education is when the politicians think they know better than the professional educators.
Last month, 30 of Alabama’s public school superintendents joined in a lawsuit challenging the legality of the so-called Accountability Act, and asking the Alabama Supreme Court to uphold a lower court’s decision that the Accountability Act is unconstitutional.
Among those 30Read more »
It was a busy weekend in the neighborhood.
On Saturday morning, the Mt. Zion Baptist Church of East Gadsden held a Women and Youth Conference. Three lecturers spoke on the theme “How to Reclaim, Retrain and Retain.” Jimmie Leonard kept the group moving with the song “Happy.” Guest speaker Dr. Doris Petty of Bessemer expounded on the subject of commitment, statingRead more »
The Vagabond recently came across a pamphlet written by the Woman Club called A little book about Gadsden, which tells about the early periods of the Gadsden area. For the last two weeks we have been reporting on this old pamphlet. It continues....
“Gadsden civic leaders were preparing for a big development program in this year, following the huge public landRead more »
Mary’s Scalloped Potatoes and Fudge Plate Pie
Football season is here and I enjoyed every game that I watched this past weekend. It is so much fun now that Matthew is old enough to discuss a game with me. Grandchildren are such a blessing! Of course, my favorite part of the game is to know what all of you had toRead more »