Pondering an impoundment

Sherri Gardner HowellFarragut, Kitchen Table Talk

Unanswered questions are the curse of a journalist’s existence. Long before I knew I wanted to be a journalist, I knew I had to find answers.
It must be embedded in …

The value of time

Sherri Gardner HowellFarragut, Kitchen Table Talk

My children were young when my mother died – 10 and 6 years old. Gran, as they called her, lived in West Tennessee, 283 miles from our door to hers. …

Now I lay me down to dream

Sherri Gardner HowellFarragut, Kitchen Table Talk

My nighttime dreams have always been vivid and very real. When I was a 20-something, I did a little research into the meaning of dreams, which gave me just enough …

Just your average addiction

Sherri Gardner HowellFarragut, Kitchen Table Talk

Before today, if you had asked me how often I am on my cell phone, I probably would have shrugged and said, “About average.”
My cell-phone bill remains pretty much the …