STAFF BLOG LAGNIAPPE Chili revelations
Chili has long been a subject of dissension at our abode.
HubbyBryan is a chili aficionado.
I am not.
For me, its because of the beans one of my food foibles. Its a texture thing.
I dont do chili... Posted on 1/30/12 at 6:28 AM
BAXTER — When Lew Hudson opened a package from his daughter Becky last Christmas, he unwrapped a piece of himself — a collection of his own writings.
“It really surprised me,” said Lew, who now lives in Baxter with wife Irma. “I didn’t know she was doing that. She had one for each of her siblings, too. It was a very pleasant surprise.”
For the most part, Lew Hudson’s columns are filled with folksy humor and reflections on family and daily life. Once in a while, though, he felt compelled to take a serious turn, and such was the case with the following column.
“It’s one that touches everyone’s heart,” said Irma Hudson about a column that confronted the tragic death of a family member.
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