Innuendos (indirect hints or remarks, which may or may not imply something derogatory), can say a whole lot of hateful stuff. Folks sometimes use them to lie, or to tell the truth. Truth is better.
I like nice, quiet days. Days when I wake up rested, have my cup of coffee, my Poptart, and my fifteen minutes of world news. When the weather permits on such days, I walk around in my yard, checking on the flowers and the horses and the yawning cats. Those are pleasant days, but they’re not t
General Assembly Entering Home Stretch of 2012 Session
The Senate had a full week of legislation and committee meetings, in addition to logging in long hours working on the state’s biannual budget.
The 5th annual Bluegrass Local Food Summit is being held March 22-24, 2012, a month also set aside as a time to celebrate women’s contribution to history.
Kentucky’s present method of producing and distributing food based on global products and lots of fossil fuel use is unsustainable. The globalized food system which is at the heart of almost every problem facing the food system exacts a heavy price from all Kentuckians.
Maybe it's just me, but I'm thinking winter just passed us by (and no complaints here). The buttercups have been bloomed for quite sometime. I thought with all this beautifully warm weather, I would post one to share this week.
Have you noticed that birthday celebrations are fairly joyous until about the age of 30? People seem to have a good time and not mind having another birthday until then. But at age 30, things begin to change.
I don't know how far this horse will carry me, I may--before "kindest regards"--go in a different direction. I'm going with it anyway.
I have a thirty-pound cat. I know how unbelievable that sounds, but Dougle’s records are on file at Heritage Animal Clinic in Morgantown. My oldest daughter, Natalie, brought him home with her about twelve years ago. At the time, I had made a no-more-cats rule, but one look at Dougle persuaded