The end of summer through early fall is a great time for a short road trip, and Kentucky provides a great deal of entertainment. From the Appalachian Mountains to the western Kentucky lakes, our state is full of attractions. So much to see and do!
I just saw another birthday. Permit me to share thoughts on the way to 79 . . . not room for all of them, but some. Some mine; some others.
--Why is the Bible copyrighted? Why would anybody worry about somebody stealing words from the Bible?
Life is full of people with really good intentions. When people find out that you are an adoptive family, you get asked questions from strangers and even friends that are meant to be harmless. Unfortunately, sometimes even well intended questions or comments, can be intrusive or hurtful. This
I’ve often said of my oldest daughter, Natalie, that she is one of the best mothers I have ever known. She does so well with her little girl, but even Natalie has her limits, so it was no surprise when she carried Sabria out to where I wa
How many shades of grey are there? That answer should be none. Unfortunately, the world tends to put everything into the grey category. Truth is, everything is black or white . . . right or wrong.
Recently, my mom turned 82. She is a fine lady! Happily, I can say that she is healthy and lives independently. And, as most of you would say of your moms, I admire her greatly.
Many qualities make my mom a fine woman, but four characteristics inspire my respect:
Red had a head the size of a backhoe bucket, and he packed a set of spurs that bore a close likeness to railroad spikes. Given all of this, Red was still a certified COWARD. He would sneak-up on your blindside or get you when your back was turned.
There was a small blue wild flower that grew along the roadside when I was a kid growing up in Spencer County. None of the adults knew what it was called, so they deemed it a weed. I called it a Cornflower, after the Crayola color, Cornflower Blue, in my box of 64 crayons. I was grown before I
One of the things I love about summer (definately not this crazy heat), are my hummingbirds. Although they don't seem as plentiful at my place this year, I do have a few. I could sit for hours and take pictures of these amazing birds.
July 2009, I was one month removed from graduating from Mid-Continent University. Barack Obama was President, North Carolina defeated Michigan State 89-72 several months earlier to win the NCAA Championship, The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Orlando Magic in 5 games to win the NBA Championship