Somewhere back down the road, I read: “the fear of need is a need itself.”
Many times, I have amended the statement, “If there is ever a nuclear holocaust, the only things that will survive are cockroaches and Keith Richards,” with other things impossible to kill. I’m adding bind weed, or Morning Glory as we call it around here, to the amendments.
Unmask COVID-19 funding for states
(FRANKFORT, Ky.) – The Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy Solutions, Kentucky’s first and only free-market think tank, urges the legislature to act in limiting the power of executive orders issued by governors in dec
It’s hard to know where to start. The rabid news cycle continues with near-hysterical daily headlines ranging from
This week, I will bring to you more random facts that I learned from my quarantine reading and viewing.
In October 2017, Better Homes and Gardens stated, “70 percent of Americans say they’re trying to get healthy” (p. 172).
On Saturday, my granddaughter, Sabria, and I went to Walmart. I haven’t been inside that store since this pandemic began, and I swore nothing could get me to go back inside until there was a vaccine for the virus. I underestimated the tug of Nickelodeon slime and a box of kitchen matches on a n
Picture a bridge that has washed away. When those working to repair the bridge come to the scene, they will put up barriers or barricades to keep people from endangering their lives and the lives of others.