Being the new guy at our local paper some years back, it was my task to lay out the pages for a special feature at Christmas time. The entire community had sent in family Christmas photos from years past and I got to make them all fit within the ads. It was the most enjoyable task I had during my brief 6 years working there.
I know there were many who looked forward to that feature each year and would like to attempt it online through my EverythingDuncan site.
Took my sons to the Hershey Park Zoo one day when they were little and caught site of these 2 guys, sitting in the sun on a sill watching the humans go by.
I happened upon a couple of Facebook groups last month that I want my visitors to know about and it nudged me into cleaning the place up a bit, pushed me into spending a few $s on a professional script to show them off proper like.
Remember in Duncan is filled with old stories and Positively Duncan is filled with the more upbeat now stories.
This came to me in an email about 8 years ago and gets a belly laugh every time I find it in the archives again. Pasted in for your amusement as it was received:
Don’t know if this story is true or know who wrote it …
I never dreamed slowly cruising on my motorcycle through a residential neighborhood could be so incredibly dangerous! Little did I suspect.
I was on Brice Street – a very nice neighborhood with perfect lawns and slow traffic. As I passed an oncoming car, a brown furry missile shot out from under it and tumbled to a stop immediately in front of me.
Free advertising you have now
Most any business owner can type the name of their business into just about any search engine and find their company on page 1, listed via companies they may never have heard of nor communicated with.
At first glance this seems like a good thing until you try clicking on a few of the links and realize there is nothing more there than one would find in one of them paperback phone books they throw on your front porch every spring.