Lucy Barnes begins another round of chemotherapy treatments at Hematology Oncology Cancer Center in Starkville. (Photo by Gwen Sisson)
She hopes that by sharing her cancer journey, she can be a source of light and hope to someone who may be struggling.
And with a lot of encouragement from a lot of friends, family and Facebook followers, Lucy Barnes has written her story in a new book titled, “A Godly Woman Walking in Indescribable Faith.” She will have a book signing Saturday from 12-2 p.m. at Blue 22 (formerly Beef O’Brady’s) and Sunday at Second Baptist Church, where she will share her testimony during the morning worship services, beginning at 11 a.m. The book is also available at www.gillcopublishing.com.
In addition to the book signings this weekend, she will be a special guest on the Tammie Tubbs Show on WEPH at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday of next week. Continue reading
It is getting a little chilly outside and what could be better than a piping hot cup of soup and a cornbread muffin? YUM! Just thinking about it makes me happy.
Now Bob Graves thinks it is Beef Stew time, “Soup is for lightweights,” he said, all in good humor, I am sure, because the rest of us “lightweights” love a steaming, hearty bowl of soup! But I will indulge one of my favorite Facebook friends for a minute. Continue reading
CHURCH OF THE WEEK: Griffin Chapel UMC in Starkville
Name: Ozell Landfair, Sr.
Church: Griffin Chapel UMC
Church Address/Town: 212 West Main Street, Starkville, MS 39759 Continue reading
With advances in technology, guys no longer have to iron or take their dress clothes to the cleaners (or to mom).
George Sherman of George Sherman Clothiers said what men have come to expect from athletic wear now can be found in dress shirts and pants. Continue reading
When in Starkville, a Bulldog tee-shirt is always in style—winter, spring summer or fall!
Sherry Neal of The Lodge said the Bella Canvas Tees are popular right now as well as the Comfort Color tees. This fall, both guys and girls will be wearing more of the Woolly Threads pullovers and the fluffy soft quarter zip pullovers.
A portion of this story was published in the August 31, 2017 WELCOME BACK edition of The Starkville Daily News.
Mississippi State University students can always pair their favorite Bulldog apparel with a few trendy Fall options to make a statement in The Junction.
Ashley Madison of Deep South Pout said they are seeing seven big trends this fall that everyone will love. Continue reading
In a college town, Fall equals football, Rush, students returning to campus, cooler temperatures are on the way and so many fun activities.
And those fun activities require breaking out the Fall wardrobe and adding a few trendy pieces.
Rebecca Tabb of R. Tabb & Company, said blush and burgundy are “big colors this fall,” which coordinates perfectly with the team colors of our favorite college football team.
She said another “huge” fall trend is ripped or distressed jeans. She also said booties and over-the-knee boots will also be big this fall.
“And for Mississippi weather, layering is a must,” Tabb said. “Light weight jackets and long cardigan sweaters will also be big this fall.”
A portion of this story was published in the Aug. 31, 2017 WELCOME BACK edition of The Starkville Daily News.