When I moved to Galveston, Texas, for the two years I lived with my daughter, Nikki, I found that I readily adjusted to city life. The noise didn’t bother me. The traffic didn’t bother me. I even grew to enjoy looking out of our apartment window and seeing Walmart—if I needed milk, I could jus
As we observe nature during this time of year, many will remark that the leaves are beautiful right now. The many colors certainly attract our attention, and we note the beauty that is all around us. Such beauty is yet more evidence of a Creator.
Why Letting Your Voice Be Heard is Important to the History of Our Country and Commonwealth
When asked about their least favorite medical visits between doctor and dentist, opinions vary. As kids, my sister hated going to the doctor while I disliked the dentist. For whatever reason, I was freaked out by dentist visits.
My maternal grandparents were very involved in my life and the lives of my siblings. They were like our second parents, which is probably as it should be. In my eyes, my grandmother was an amazing woman.
I began working for the Family Enrichment Center 4 years ago. When I was offered the job as the Program Coordinator for the Adoption Resource Program, my first thought was I can’t believe someone is going to pay me to talk about my family’s adoption experience in an effort to recruit more foster
If we are not real careful our sense of propriety slips a bit when we get older.
I was supposed to be redoing my dining room this weekend. My daughter, Natalie, and I figured up that the current wall paper has been on that wall for over twenty years. It’s definitely time, but the task is so daunting. I looked the situation over on Saturday morning, mulling over in my mind
This is the season political junkies live for. Presidential elections, with all of their twists and turns, polls and prognostications, are what partisans crave. The most recent debate between Gov. Romney and President Obama was – if little else – great political theater.
The television show Glee has made its money off of remaking classics. The only thing frustrating about that is that there is a whole generation that may grow up thinking “Don’t Stop Believin’ is “that song from Glee”. No kids, that’s the 1981 classic from Journey. This is not going to be a col