Saturday night, June 16th, a large crowd of music and car enthusiasts gathered at Pizza Zone for the St.
I’ve been a resident of Morgantown and Butler County for over 30 years and my roots go pretty deep. My late husband and I have lived and worked here, raised our children here, and have a tombstone here.
“Be thou diligent to know the state of thy flocks, and look well to thy herds.” (Prov. 27:23).
One evening at a monthly family meal at our church, I was sitting at the table with my 4 boys. The husband was working late that day and so it was up to me to keep everyone under control, which is like trying to herd cats. Here’s how the meal went: “Mom!
Wouldn’t you pay somebody just to be able to take a nap every afternoon? Yeah, me too. I wish my granddaughter felt that way. My daughter, Natalie, is in the middle of her two-week special training with the National Guard, so I’ve got my granddaughter, Sabria, during that time.
June 8-10 was my first trip to St. Louis. I went with some friends Friday June 8 to see the Cardinals play the Cleveland Indians. There were 42,098 in attendance. One of the cool things for the guitarist in me was that the Indians’ Catcher/First Baseman is named Carlos Santana!
What makes a house a home? Is it the things we have in it? Is it the people we share it with? Is it the location? Like many of you, when I think of home, my mental picture is welcoming.
We have too many laws, not enough law enforcement, mind you, but too many laws. Someone has said that the sum total content of today's law books is beyond any man's possible knowledge. It's easier to pass a law than it is to get rid of one.
Flag Day: Celebrating an Important Symbol of Freedom, Democracy: "Our flag says, ‘I am what you make me, nothing more. I swing before your eyes as a bright gleam of color, a symbol of yourself.” – Franklin K. Lang, Secretary of the Interior speaking at a Flag Day Ceremony, 1914.
I’m sure you’re familiar with one of the laws of thermodynamics that states, “Everything is moving toward chaos.” If you want to see it in action, just make a visit to my house. Evidently, my granddaughter, Sabria, doesn’t think we’re getting there fast enough, so she has recently stepped up her