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|Dianne Cage: Saying goodbye, making pasta salad|
Lets all say goodbye to ALLEN BROCKMAN, his beautiful wife, CAROLINE, and their adorable little girls Anna Kate and Ellen.
They are heading to Nashville, Tenn., the country music capitol of the world. Allen is so talented with his song writing and a perfect fit for the new age country music scene. North Louisiana will miss your presence and talent. We wish you lots of luck and all God's blessings and will all look forward to seeing you during the holidays!
Saying goodbye is always hard to do. Eighty-seven years of the LOUISIANA CONSERVATIONIST. I'm going to miss the pretty and interesting magazine. We always enjoy the stories and recipes and it looked pretty on my coffee table. Friends and family enjoyed thumbing through the pages and reading such interesting stories about our beautiful state.
Change is just hard, especially as you get older. As they say, good things come with change. Poo, I still wish I would receive my magazine. I guess I will have to put my big girl panties on and join Louisiana Conservationist online. Great stories. Beautiful photos. All online: http://louisianaconservationist.org. I do have total trust in our very own Secretary, ROBERT BARHAM for doing what is best for our state magazine.
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Dianne Cage writes a bi-weekly lifestyle column for The Ouachita Citizen. She and her husband, Mike Cage, live in Monroe.