Its very interesting how so many things in life come around full circle. Most of all, I think that our relationships happen this way. For instance, the parent/child relationship. Both sides of that relationship will come full circle.
I thought about calling this “Fire Down Below” but decided against it. I received my Kindle Fire this past Christmas. As much as I consider myself a techno-geek or maybe just a geek in general, I wouldn’t give into getting a Kindle or iPod. Now I have both!
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.