April 15 makes me feel anxious. After all, it’s ‘Tax Day,’ the last day to file our income taxes.
The kitchen has always been my favorite room in the house. I like to cook, I love to eat, and I enjoy the activity that both involve. When I was a kid, my step-mom cooked huge meals, morning and night—there were nine mouths to feed, after all. I can’t imagine the challenge of cooking for that
Have you ever had one of this moments where it seems that time stands still for you? Not really in a bad way, but in a very special way. For instance, you catch a glimpse of your child playing in the other room, or you see your spouse putting their whole heart into a project.
“We’re moving in the right direction” is a phrase oft-repeated in Frankfort.But it’s not always used appropriately.Senate Republicans did anything but on the recent methamphetamine legislation – committing a foul worse than anything we see during March Madness.
Kentucky vs. Louisville, Ohio State vs. Kansas are the match-ups in the 2012 NCAA Final Four Saturday afternoon and evening. Certainly OSU/KU will be a great game.
Are you a volunteer? Most people do things for others, never thinking of their kindness as volunteer work.
As always when I visit with you about NCAA basketball around tournament time each year, I must always put forth the disclaimer that I never played in an organized game. As a seventh and eighth-grader I did get to dress on our high school B-team at home games.
It has been nearly a year since I approached Sandra B.
FRANKFORT – While we passed several important bills this week, my efforts were centered on reviewing the House’s proposal, House Bill 265, for the state’s two-year budget. Each year, spending will be roughly $9 billion or $18 billion total over the two-year budget cycle.
Legislation to Help Victims of Tornadoes Highlights Busy Next to Last Week in SessionFRANKFORT, Ky. – With only days remaining in the 2012 Legislative Session, the pace of consideration and approval of bills picked up this past week.