FRANKFORT – This week, we returned to Frankfort with heavy hearts for the thousands of our fellow Kentuckians coping with the aftermath of last week’s devastating tornadoes.
Over the weekend I made a grocery trip. The difference on this trip was that my husband went with me. Usually it's me and Tucker, but this time both the kids stayed with their aunt. So, it was just me and the hubby. No list was prepared, which meant over spending was very probable!
House Passes Bare Boned BudgetFRANKFORT, Ky. – The top duty of legislators was taken up this week as the House passed a new two-year budget for the Commonwealth by a vote of 78-17. The best way to describe the biennial budget for 2012-2014 is bare boned.
Transparency not only makes government smaller, less costly and more responsive to its constituents. It saves lives, too.The downside: It can embarrass government agencies and the bureaucrats who run them.
Sometimes the most beautiful sights are just right around the corner. The gorgeous town of Woodbury is one place that I enjoy photography every chance I get. This gorgeous Saturday morning the sky couldn't not have been more vibrant. It just relaxes me looking at this photo.
While eating pizza and drink RC, my favorite, one Sunday night, I wondered about the origins of the cola. RC Cola was originally launched in 1905 by pharmacist Claude A.
Our Butler County ‘snowbirds’ are returning home. Of course, I’m always happy to see the return of friends and neighbors, especially since I’m not a snowbird – yet.
You can rent a casket now in some places. 'Course it goes without saying only if you plan to be cremated. Three days rent on a casket is cheaper than buying one.
I traveled to Murray on Thursday to see my sister, Marsha. We hadn’t seen each other since before Christmas, so I had a box full of presents for her family. I gave Marsha and my niece and nephew’s wife some of the bottles I’d slumped into cheese and cracker trays.