Customers at Hardee's in Louisiana and Bowling Green can help their Pike County neighbors in need on Valentine's Day Feb. 14
The year 2020 is upon us.
As I sit and I write this, it is New Year's Eve 2019. Yet, it feels like only a few years ago that we were certain the dark ages would return at the stroke of midnight.
Can we all just sit and reflect for a moment that the Y2K scare was two decades ago?
It was twenty years ago when my mom convinced my dad to buy a full-sized van with pink stripes, because she was certain that the TV inside it would still play Frasier while the world around her crashed and burned.
I still remember wincing and waiting for the electricity to blow as the clock struck midnight and the year 2000 arrived. Since I was 21 years old at the time, it didn't keep my group of friends from going out — I mean, who wants to be stuck at home in the middle of a societal breakdown?
Then when the big night came and all the parents gathered to watch their children recreate the beautiful story of Jesus's birth, everyone usually lost their minds on stage. The animals went rogue (no one in the sanctuary will ever forget the breakdancing lion), the wise men made bad choices, and all the angels fell - literally right down the carpeted stairs