Gourds, squashes and pumpkins, oh my! As colorful as the costumes children wear for trick-or-treating may be, nature’s beauty is unsurpassed this time of year, and the scores of pumpkins, gourds and squashes on display only add to that colorful melange.
A Day of Remembrance. 9/11. It has been 18 years now. Just a brief write up on Patriot Day & National Day of Service & Remembrance (September 11). #PatriotDay #911 #September11
National Lighthouse Day, this blog entry talks about lighthouses, God is the light of the World. Plus, Rend Collectives song My Lighthouse in this post too. #Lighthouse #Lighthouses #LightHouseDay #NationalLightHouseDay #LighthouseDevotions
Exact Change or Credit Cards Only due to a coin shortage – So that means you will have to use exact change or not get change back or use a credit card or debit card instead. #ExactChange #CoinShortage
Knox County Public Library to Reopen Entire System on July 17, 2020 – On July 17, 2020 all locations of the Knox County Public Library will open on their regular schedules. This move expands library service from its current schedule with eight open locations. There are 19 facilities in the library system, which includes the East Tennessee History Center. The remaining 67 employees who have been furloughed will be brought back to work.