Saturday April 20th, I attended the Southern Kentucky Bookfest at the Carrol Knicely Center in Bowling Green. Back in January, I read where the legendary Henry Winkler would be one of the speakers. I determined that I just had to attend.
When I was a little girl, my stepmom bought each of my younger sisters and me baby dolls from different ethnic backgrounds. We added them to our collection of plastic children, pretending that they were adopted. I didn’t realize until I was grown that she was teaching us about difference and ac
I have observed that when I talk with certain people about the Bible, one reaction to our discussion will be the following. They will say, “Don’t pressure me.” Perhaps you have heard those teaching the Bible say to those listening, “This is not to pressure you, but ...”.
I was going to write about something else this week and then Monday happened.
U.S. health care is at its best, but we’re also taking more drugs than ever. The U.S. population has access to a wide variety of over-the-counter (OTC) drugs, and prescription drug use has risen steadily in recent years.
I had a weekend to myself this past weekend. Garey was attending a family reunion in Alabama, Natalie had drill in Richmond, and Sabria was with her dad. It wasn’t to be a relaxing time reading or watching TV; I had already planned my activities, punctuated by the full-page list on the kitchen
I was watching the boys roll a basketball back and forth tonight. At first they were fairly close together. It was easy rolling the ball just a short distance. Then the gap grew further. As the distance between them increased, so did the effort with rolling the ball.
My husband, Garey, is one of those annoying people who learn from their mistakes. Take for instance, the sliver of pencil lead that has been embedded in his leg since middle school. When I asked hi
Jesus warned the eleven: “I have said all these things to you to keep you from falling away. They will put you out of the synagogues. Indeed, the hour is coming when whoever kills you will think he is offering service to God.
The 48th ACM Awards emanated from Las Vegas Sunday night, April 7. Co-hosts Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan kicked off the show by performing Blake’s hit “Boys Round Here”, joined by Pistol Annies and Sheryl Crowe with Brad Paisley on guitar.