Mike Haynes is a columnist for the Faith section of the Amarillo Globe-News. His column appears every fourth Sunday. (E-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Friday, July 25, 2008
July 19, 2008, column: Book paints stilted picture (Again, I don't write the headlines. Also, let me know if you'd like me to e-mail you the original column before some interesting parts were cut to make it fit into the newspaper.)
I've been married to Kathy (an Amarillo girl) since 1991. She worked at Harrington Cancer Center in Amarillo for 28 years before moving to Panhandle Cancer Care Center in January 2013. From 1991 to 2016, I taught journalism at Amarillo College (not quite starting a chain of spelling schools as my high school class prophecy said, but close!). No kids, but we spend quite a bit of time watching nieces and nephews play basketball, tennis, etc. And we have a white Pekingese (that's a dog) named Abbey (after the Beatles' Abbey Road). I lived in Lubbock for about 15 years, working at Texas Tech and the Lubbock newspaper, before moving closer to home in 1990. I write a column in the Faith section of the Amarillo Globe-News.