I think I actually sent a picture of this old homestead in a few years ago, but it is definately one of the neatest places I know of. I wish so badly I had the money to ask whom ever owns this place if I could try to do something with it. I've been told by someone that it was built in 1937.
I’m experiencing environmental guilt. Over the past year, I’ve lost four front-yard trees: one fell in a storm, and three were cut. The trees were old and rotting in the center. Worst still, I have other trees that need to come down.
We don't want to miss the folks along this Pilgrim's journey who have contributed a great part of who we are. One of my favorite quotes by C.S. Lewis is: "Sometimes we fail to recognize when the most important things are happening in our lives."
One Session Ends, and Another Begins
Garey and I got a scare on Easter week-end. His mom, Agnes, had a mild heart attack—if there is such a thing—and ended up in the hospital for most of the following week. Up until that moment, I think we had both viewed her as invincible.
While visiting the city park this weekend, I was rather disturbed by the language I was hearing from some of the children. The park should be a fun, family environment for all ages. I understand we all have free will to speak however we choose.
This picture brings country back! I love this time of year when everything is turning green again. It's such a joyous time and for me a peaceful time.
Our country is at a crossroads and faces a stark choice between two futures.
Monday night April 2, the University of Kentucky Wildcats won their 8th National Championship.
Many of us may feel frustrated, bothered, annoyed, or irritated when something goes wrong or in reaction to a person’s actions. These little annoyances are often referred to as ‘pet peeves.’ A pet peeve is something that bugs us.