Christmas-time is here… The Christmas season is upon us. From decking the halls, to buying gifts, to fixing and mailing Christmas cards, this is certainly a busy and fun time of year. One of the staples of this season is Christmas parades. In my opinion, the best para
Are you a shopper? I’m a reluctant shopper. I shop when I need something and I shop for Christmas. I don’t normally shop as a pastime or for entertainment, but for the next few weeks – like many of you, I will carry a shopping list inside my calendar as I check items off.
Actually, Kathryn Zeta Jones is drop-dead-gorgeous. Actually, Betty Grable had beautiful legs. DID SHE EVER! (She was from my era.) Say what? If you’ve feasted your eyes on either of these lovelies why would you need the word “actually”?
The Little Things: My granddaughter, Sabria, has become mobile, which means I have become more mobile than I have been in years. I had forgotten how many things in my house are floor level or two feet above. I put safety plugs in the electrical outlets and made sure th
Have you ever had one of those moments when you literally try to count your blessings. When you really begin to think of all the blessings in your life, it's overwhelming!
The evidence that the Nanny-State spirit remains alive and well in Kentucky is the fact that too many politicians and law-enforcement lobbyists still favor restricting law-abiding citizens’ access to cold medicines containing pseudoephedrine.
Duck of Many Colors: I found this gorgeous colorful duck while roaming through Basil Griffin Park in Bowling Green. I don't know that I've ever seen one so beautiful.
Webster’s New World Dictionary of the American Language, Second College Edition, defines Thanksgiving as “ a formal, often public thanks to God in form of prayer; an annual U.S.
Historically, Thanksgiving began as a tradition of celebrating the harvest of the year. It is currently celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November. This holiday is a time for family gatherings, hearty meals and counting life’s blessings.
Throughout history, in order to be elected politicians have appealed to man’s baser, lustful side. I’m not talking here of skirt-chasing, or drunkenness, and /or debauchery, but just the promise of “things and stuff”. Things that people want and do not have--- a “chicken in every pot, and two c