This week on NPR, there were two guests questioning how far behind our children were going to be academically because of the gaps in their education due to the pandemic. I know they have a valid point. There are gaps, there will be more gaps and yes, that concerns me; however,
This week, I wrap up my top summer movies series. We pick up at 2012 where the top grossing film was The Avengers. Released May 4, 2012, the movie netted $1.5 billion at the box office globally with a production budget of $220 million. The Avengers was the culmination of four years of the Marv
Boating accidents, much like car wrecks, can be life changing. Recently, our family lost my niece, Jennifer, in a boating accident.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (August 17, 2021) – The following is a letter to the editor from Senator C.B. Embry (R-Morgantown) encouraging Kentuckians to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
It’s that time of year again. You know the time. It’s the time when you call your friend, Carol, and ask, “Do you need some tomatoes? I have some Romas, and they make great salsa.” And she asks, “How much do you want for them?” And you say, “I do
David, the sweet psalmist of Israel (II Sam. 23:1), penned a song concerning the home in Psalm 127. He wrote, “As arrows are in the hand of a mighty man; so are children of the youth. Happy is the man that hath his quiver full of them…” (Ps. 127:4-5).
“Then, we all laughed because we knew we could get in trouble for swearing, but the strength of our numbers would prevent any retribution.” –Stephen Chbosky, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”
Masks are ineffective and in many ways they harm