Dear Editor,

In renewing my subscription, I find myself wondering why I continue to subscribe, but then occasionally I see a name and recognize or see something that sparks a memory. Primarily, I guess it’s the tie to the home area (Macon-Bullock) and the fact that mom (Eloise Stuart Harden) looked forward to receiving the Herald each week. I would like to comment on a weekly feature that I find refreshing.

It’s the feel good, thought provoking essays by the Jinks, Crow & Dickson, P.C. I particularly enjoyed some of the latest ones: Spider Lilies, Going Home, Little Things in Life, Elections and Questions.

It’s heartwarming to know that others still find that simple things in life do matter. The older I get, the more I value the ethics and morals I learned in growing up in Hardaway. I do so appreciate the sentiments shared in these articles and hope they will continue to inspire us.

By Betty Harden Kellogg

Huntsville, Alabama

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