Garey and I were invited to two cookouts on Saturday. We met new people. I can’t remember any of their names, except one woman, named Donna. I also met new dogs. I can remember every one of their names: Angus, Shotzie, Whiskey and Sadie. I returned home that night with enough dog hair on my
There is much religious confusion today. One area where men are confused concerns how we can be saved. Some have been taught that faith alone saves a man. Is this what the Bible teaches? Please read the verses below. The Bible teaches that:
Oh the gorgeous peacock! I have numerous photos of peacocks, some strutting their beautiful tails and then some like this. I love this one because you can see the beauty of all his colors and to me it just looks elegant. There’s so much beauty in this world….get out and take notice.
RUBRIC'S CUBE- Some of you readers may have caught the fact that the title to this column is slightly misspelled.
While Memorial Day weekend is a wonderful time for gathering with family and friends for picnics, pool parties, and parades, I write to you with the annual reminder not to forget the true meaning of the event.
The older I get(I’ll turn 38 Saturday), the more laid-back my celebrations become. Not to say that I ever had a raging party. I remember when I was 18 years old. It was one of our final days of my senior year in high school.
Recently, I heard a lady say, “Mama said there’d be days like this.” Of course, that saying was a song by The Shirelles in the 1960s. We often use sayings to express ourselves. According to Wikipedia, a saying is an expression that is especially memorable because of its meaning or structure.
I was flipping my TV channel changer when I caught the tail-end of: “They may even know the most personnel, devastating, secrets you carry, and are hiding-skeletons in your closet, as it were.” First off I don’t know who “they” are.
“If you put a peanut in the road and a car runs over it, it will make peanut butter,” my granddaughter, Sabria, told me on the way to school one morning. She continued with the in-the-road theme. “If you get run over by a car, sometimes you can still be okay.