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This column is about a flag. No, not that one.

It is my week to spin you a yarn about life and how it applies to us. But this week, I’m going to give you something different.

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That my friends is the beautiful, fresh smell of the glorious South. You can’t get that smell north of the Mason-Dixon because industrial buildings far outnumber hay fields up there.

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Kevin Costner once built a ballpark in a cornfield. Enterprise youngsters want to build a skate park in a grass field.

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I will never forget the trip to my first, and thus far only, Opening Day.

It was a beautiful spring day in early April and I watched my beloved Atlanta Braves defeat the Colorado Rockies 2-0 at Turner Field.

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By now most of you have filled out your NCAA hoops bracket for your office pool or online billion-dollar competition. Mine was done minutes after the field was announced, because I can’t have anyone get a jump on me when it comes to which employee gets a free lunch.

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Every two weeks or so, this little spot in the newspaper is carved out for yours truly. In this space I have about 15-18 column inches, or roughly 550 words for non-journalism folk, to write about things I find interesting.