Archive - Mar 22, 2011
Most of my time spent working as of late has been at the ballpark.
Letâ€™s face it, everyone would rather be doing something else, sometimes anything else, than work. But, when your desk is the bleachers and thereâ€™s a concession stand a few feet away, it makes working a little more tolerable.
Spending time watching all these baseball and softball games has reminded me of a million little things I loved so much growing up. There hasnâ€™t been a game where I havenâ€™t seen or heard something that takes me back, and I chuckle a little inside.
St. John Neuman (Fla) posed no problem for Bryant Monday, as the Hornets cruised to an easy 8-2 win in seven innings at Sanford, Fla. Bryant scored two runs in the third, four in the fifth and two in the sixth while St. John Neuman scored a run in the third and the sixth inning.
After giving up a run in the third, the Hornets came back in the bottom half of the inning to score two runs thanks to a passed ball and a single by Landon Pickett.
Bettye M. Gray Corley Smith Carson died Friday, March 18, 2011, at the Colfax Reunion Nursing and Rehabilitation Center after a lengthy illness. She was a native of Little Rock and lived most of her adult life in Sulphur, La. She moved to Colfax, La., in 2005 with her husband Elton Carson.
She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in accounting from McNeese State University in 1980. She worked for the State of Louisiana Department of Education as an auditor of School Cafeterias.