I, like many of you, watched the State of the Union address last week.
I see where the HARLEM GLOBE TROTTERS are, or were, back in our area recently.
Testy: When I moved back from Texas in 2008, I assumed I would be able to jump back into the job market in Kentucky with no problem. I had a college education, after all, as well as tons of experience. Boy was I wrong!
I have come to the conclusion that there must be a medical condition which takes place while a man watches TV. That is unless I am the only wife in the world who has a husband that loses all his hearing ability when sitting in front of the TV.
For this week's installment of Out on a Limb, we travel to Louisville for a softball convention, reflect on the Chamber of Commerce's first luncheon of 2012, ponder the meaning of "A Party for Prostitutes," and get an Independence Day update — not a good one. So, let's get started!
Drew Brees is the superstar quarterback for Superbowl XLIV. However, he is much more. I recently read his book, Coming Back Stronger, on my Kindle Fire I received for Christmas. While reading the book, which I couldn’t put down, I realized Drew Brees is much more than a superstar quarterback.
Winter is not my favorite time. During this season, I watch the weather more than in any other. I have a need to know just how uncomfortable I’m likely to be on any given day.
There are two sides to a flap-jack . . . but you knew that. However, sometimes we never see the other side, or sometimes we discover it on down the road . . . maybe way-down the road. The liberal media is good, very good, at hiding the other side . . . the true side.
ShortEverything I needed today was on the top shelf. It seems as if everything I’ve needed my entire life has been on the top shelf, and I’ve had to climb to reach it.
Sometimes my thought process for this column leads me to write about one general theme, which is typical of most columnists. At other times, like this week, more than one item grabs my attention and spurs me to literary action.