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A hard one to swallow but it’s still early yet

As young children in the grocery line are prone to squawk for treats within feet of the cash register, the truth of the matter is shopping should have ceased prior to steering the buggy to the finish line. Of course, when those with the money continue to peruse the candies, magazines, a range of toys and items with no chance of making the original shopping list, others will follow suit. It leads to upset feelings, cries, sometimes dire pleadings and in general, displeasure from those not in control. Friday night at Lion Memorial Stadium was a case in point. The much ballyhooed return of Sam Harrell had many fans making plans of a perfect season based solely on the magic pixie dust of the man with the wide grin and his trademark visor. His honest assessment for Ennis fans was heard but not listened to, that “patience and perseverance made a bishop of his reverence,” an old English saying, that lip service and notions do not bring hope. It is through toil and oftentimes suffering that bring about the sought-after fruit of labor. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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