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Contributed by Vickie Tyson

My parents have been trying to talk to us about getting Dish and I didn’t want to hurt their feelings but I do not want a TV in this house. I grew up in a family that didn’t have a lot of technology and I guess for me it’s all about the simple things in life and I want to make sure my kids don’t get too overexposed. The last thing I want is for my whole family to sit around a screen all the time or for the kids to have to just sit around all day texting. Who would have thought in this day and age you’d have to turn down time with your kids to check on emails, you know? I don’t think that’s a healthy way to live and though like I said, I don’t want to offend my parents, the last thing I want is for my family to become too technologically reliant. I need to do all that I can to protect my kids from that!

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FRIED GREEN TOMATOES


Guest post of the week by Brittany Booker

The other day, I was watching CLEAR TV and a movie came on for its thirty year anniversary that I had never seen. I have to say that I am ashamed that I have never seen “Fried Green Tomatoes”. Of course, I have always heard that it is one of the best movies ever, a Southern Cult Classic. I have seen the other Southern Cult Classics like “Steele Magnolias”, but never got the chance to see “Fried Green Tomatoes”. I feel like I never watched it because my Mom always told me that it was sad and I tend to cry (well not just cry, bawl) at movies. My husband thinks that my crying at movies is ridiculous. Anyway, I just didn’t know what I was missing. It was a great movie. It also had one of my favorite actresses, Kathy Bates. The funny thing is that the girls go to a trial in Valdosta, Georgia. Valdosta is my husband’s home town. I love the movie and will definitely be ordering the DVD.

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