Why ask the above question? First of all, because the home and family are Bible subjects! God established the home in Genesis two, and continued to speak of the necessity of the family all the way through the Bible.
There are particular saying that definitely make you go “hmmm”. Two southern or redneck sayings that are common are “pole cat” and “back in the holler”. Where did these come from? Webster’s says a polecat is a variation of several carnivorous animals. Its first known use was actually the 14th
Grief is the reaction to loss from such things as death, divorce or job loss, and it’s a process. How long does the process last? I don’t believe we can predict; the length of the process depends on the person.
The scaremongers are at it again- have you noticed?
Most of the time, I seem to have my nose to the grindstone. I have notes and lists and lists of lists of things I need to get and stuff I need to do. But every now and then, I’m surprised by a play day. These particular days are seldom days I plan. If I plan a play day, it somehow turns into
Daniel, the prophet of God, was an outstanding character of the Old Testament. Most of his life was spent in captivity: first under Nebuchadnezzar and the Babylonians, then under Darius the Mede, and Cyrus, king of Persia (Dan. 1, 6, 10).
In the past couple of years, I’ve thought about applying for a passport. During those moments, I think about seeing some of Canada. When I was younger, I enjoyed travel. But, more recently, I’ve become a homebody and have not followed up on the inclination to apply for a passport.
There has been much debate lately on the fate of the Green River Catfish Festival. As with all good things, they either have to have a plan for future (Ford, Wal-Mart) or die off (Pontiac, TWA).
Men and women don’t communicate well with each other. Well duh. Who doesn’t know that? Sometimes both of them don’t.A woman may say to her husband out-of-the-blue, “They went to Bowling Green last night and bought a second hand table.”