Feel like you are seeing more new faces in town lately? You are not imagining it: as the
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Here at the LCF Group we consider ourselves fortunate that our respective commutes to work require only a brief jaunt down Route 8 or Route 221 before reaching our office destination near “THE”
Unfortunately, for the majority of Floydians much farther distances, longer periods, and a multitude of traffic lights are endured as they travel to work in
The Town of
I admit I have never been a cook. Some women beam with anticipation and blissfully line up to put their name on lists to secure their opportunity to provide food for the consumption of others. I, however, am the one elbowing those zealots out of the way to make sure I procure my beloved title of “paper products supplier.” It is a job I am good at; it is a job that is safe; it is a job I have sought ever since---The Easter Bunny Incident!
One of the many wonderful aspects of Floyd, is the ready opportunity to interact with animals. During my childhood I learned many a life lesson from experiences with animals-lessons that were usually initiated by my mother, the quintessential animal lover. One of the most endearing stories we kids share about our Mom is when she obtained her first chickens.
LCF now has an impressive and ever-growing collection of videos on YouTube.
With the wide array of topics covered, there is sure to be one-probably many-that will grab your interest.
Check out www.lcfvideos.com on YouTube
Every one of us will reach a pivotal point in life when the decision has to be made to remain status quo, or make a terrifying change. The pressure that today's society puts on what is "successful" and "worthy" weighs heavily in making that decision. I am grateful to be living in Floyd, Virginia where our "society" still values family.