September 20 kicks off fall tv premiere week!
Having listened to some of the vaccination talk, I tried to remember all of the immunizations my children had received – and failed.
The Kentucky General Assembly utilized its
Many times, I walk into the bathroom, after Garey has showered, and I see that the bathmat is still on the floor. I stoop down, pick it up, and say to no one in particular, “I wish Garey would pick up the bathmat.” Garey will tell you that most of the time, he does pick up the
In James 4:13-15, James asks the question, “For what is your life?” He answers by comparing life to a vapor or a mist that “app
The special legislative session was touted as dealing with the coronavirus.
Yet another virus has been lurking around much longer than COVID to which legislators and bureaucrats of various political stripes seem particularly susceptible.
September means fall. Fall means football. A few years ago, I would’ve added that fall means festivals but, you know. Thanks, Covid. Last weekend, college football kicked off. This weekend, it’s the NFL’s turn. I usually do fantasy football but we decided as a group to bow
With Covid numbers rising, I’ve been preparing my stay-at-home entertainment – just in case. Last year most of us spent quite a bit of time at home. I hope we don’t see a repeat of that; but if we do, I hope to entertain myself with books, binge watching, and home projects.
When my sister-in-law, Charlotte, was babysitting her grandson, she misplaced her cell phone. She panicked. She didn’t panic because her son doesn’t have a land line, and she was afraid she might have an emergency. She panicked because her son doesn’t have a clock. Her grand