According to recent statistics I have seen, half of all children experience bullying while in school and 10% are bullied regularly.
Do you have critters around your house? In my experience, some critters are members of the family and some are simply onlookers.
My thoughts to you---another grab-bag of them if you don’t mind: We’ve all heard that opinions are like noses, everybody’s got one… well almost everybody. I once knew a couple of ole guys who didn’t; CANCER. One guy missing his snozolla took it in stride though; he said every time he sneezed i
My family and I are getting ready to move into a new house. We are excited and stressed all at the same time. We are all excited to have more space and my two older boys will finally have their own rooms. The boys are stressed because they have had to start at new schools and make new friends.
My sister has a cup with a broken handle that she keeps on her kitchen windowsill. She drinks from it occasionally to remind herself of its message. I use the cup as my coffee cup when I visit her. The bold letters on the cup state simply: Attitude Is Everything. We both appreciate the messag
With the weather breaking and the temps being bearable, we headed to the woods this weekend. Lost River Cave is a wonderful, close to home, place to hike. We visited the butterfly house of course and captured some nice shots.
Being in the audience during a taping of a television or radio show is pretty cool. I’ve had the pleasure of being in the audience for Opry Live and part of filming for ABC’s CMA: Country’s Night to Rock, both of which are always cool.
Like many of you, I love a good movie. I witnessed my youngest granddaughter watching a movie this week, and she was so involved in the story that she totally tuned everyone around her out, focusing only on the screen.
In Jesus' day the movers and shakers were the Scribes and Pharisees, the Priests and the Levites (All Levites were not priests, but all priests were Levites), the tax collectors and the regional governors . . . the RULING CLASS.
Jennifer is the name of the young woman who lives in Frankfort that sends me photographs of children waiting to be adopted. Jennifer and I have never met but we do have a very important goal in common; we both want the children who are featured in weekly articles, to find their forever families.