Thursday, September 18, 2014

Who won the prize?

I was wondering who won the prize money in the Jaycee parade? They said there would be a $200-$300 prize. I haven't seen it in the paper and I just wanted to know who won the prize money.

The Sikeston Area Humane Society was awarded $300 for first place and Life Church received $200 for second place.

Gluten-free products

This is for the people that have celiac disease or their children who have celiac disease, which is an allergy to the glutens in wheat. Aldi's is caring a lot of gluten-free products and these are hard to find in our town. I've always had to go to Cape to get them and sometimes had a hard time finding them up there. I just wanted to let you know that they are very, very good and I am happy that this company is doing something for the people that have this disease. If you have children that have this disease, they have products that taste good. They have pizza, macaroni and cheese, etc. All the products are very very good.

It takes two to tango

This is in response to "No time for sob stories," regarding old gals sob stories that have a man move in with them and are pregnant tomorrow. Well, number one, it takes two to get pregnant - the man and the woman. Everyone is in such a hurry to blame the woman. The man can keep it in his pants, buy condoms or just not do it. Don't always blame it on the woman.