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Patrick Taylor Praises “More Things In Heaven And Earth” by Jeff High

Patrick Taylor Praises “More Things In Heaven And Earth” by Jeff High

“Told through the eyes of Dr. Luke Bradford, a newly minted MD, the story of the little town of Watervalley, Tennessee, and its inhabitants comes vividly to life. Jeff High’s medical background gives him that cutting edge in the technical details of his tale and his love of his native Tennessee and the human race [...]

Author Charles Martin Recommends “More Things In Heaven And Earth

Author Charles Martin Recommends “More Things In Heaven And Earth

“The best of small-town Americana and the eccentrics who live there are brought to life in More Things in Heaven and Earth. This story warmed me, made me laugh and then kept a smile on my face. It’s delightful, compassionate, humorous, tightly woven. If you’re looking for a feel-good read, spend an afternoon with Jeff [...]

Praised By Best Selling Author Lisa Wingate

Praised By Best Selling Author Lisa Wingate

More Things In Heaven And Earth is “a well-spun story of the mystery and microcosm that is small-town America. Jeff High skillfully captures the healing places, the hurting places, and the places where we so often find out who we are truly meant to be.” Lisa Wingate, Best-Selling Author of The Prayer Box and Tending Roses Related posts: [...]

Life In Watervalley

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  • Estelle’s Corn Salad Recipe

    Estelle’s Corn Salad Recipe

    Estelle’s Corn Salad Recipe Estelle Pillow is Connie Thompson’s younger sister (the one she talks to on the phone all the time in More Things in Heaven in Earth.) Well, in Each Shining Hour, she is moving back to Watervalley and believe you me…she is large and in charge. She has a PhD in chemistry, [...]

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  • Watervalley Farmer’s Co-op Report for May, 2014

    Watervalley Farmer’s Co-op Report for May, 2014

    At the recommendation of Mrs. Polly Pigg, noted Watervalley socialite, the Farmer’s Co-op is now carrying Costoluto Genovese tomato plants. Polly discovered them a couple of years ago during a Golden Agers touring trip of Italy and told us we just had to start carrying them. Now, Miss Polly, she can talk your ear off. She doesn’t [...]

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  • The Easter Sunday Service

    The Easter Sunday Service

           The week before Easter, in a moment of weakness and Christian charity, Lida Wilkins invited her niece, Jasmine and her husband, Turk, to join her for the Easter worship service at First Presbyterian Church of Watervalley. By the time Easter Sunday was over, Lida felt confident that Jasmine and Turk had well-defended [...]

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  • The Mother In Law

    The Mother In Law

    When Randy and Marvelle Simpkins ate at Applebee’s last week, for the first time in years, he ordered a drink from the bar. It was a Scotch…. a double. They were in Atlanta and had just dropped off Althea, his mother-in-law, after a two-week visit to Watervalley. Randy had always gotten along fine with Althea. But [...]

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  • April 2014 Community Calendar and Events

    April 2014 Community Calendar and Events

    April Community Calendar and Events April 3. Watervalley Green Thumb and Garden Club Monthly Meeting. This month’s meeting will be at ten o’clock in the conference room at the Memorial Building. Margie Reynolds will give a short presentation titled, “The Misunderstood Rutabaga: Why it should Turnip in your Garden.” Please bring a dollar to cover [...]

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  • The Watervalley Co-Op Celebrates National Future Farmers Of America (FFA) Week!

    The Watervalley Co-Op Celebrates National Future Farmers Of America (FFA) Week!

    Hey Folks! Normally, we like to joke about Lester out on the loading dock,but this past week, February 15-22, was National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Week! It’s a big deal!  And all of us down at the Watervalley Farmer’s Co-Op want to salute all the young men and women in our local chapter. They make [...]

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