Here in Carpenter Country, we’re numbers people. So we went in search of Thanksgiving statistics.
What time is it?
Remember when kids dressed up as ghosts and goblins and knocked on doors begging for tasty, tooth-decaying treats?
Did you know that, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, physical inactivity contributes to obesity, one of the most serious chronic health conditions threatening our nation today?
Are you a gambler? If so, depending on your mood, you can blame or praise your ancestors.
“Raindrops Keep Falling On Our Heads” is still a popular tune here in Carpenter Country.
According to the Second College Edition of The American Heritage Dictionary, forgetfulness implies a faulty memory or a tendency not to remember.
Where’s your tranquility?
Ah, summer in the south! It’s a wonderful thing.
Fairy dust. We have a lot of fairy dust scattered around Carpenter Country.