I have recently done some reading about the midterm election results, our economy and U. S. health care. Each topic is important, but sometimes exhausting. The articles mentioned below provided some unique perspectives.
Local: The 2018 local election is now in the history books and
I will always remember the three one-on-one things I got to do with my dad when I was growing up. I helped him skin a squirrel, clean fish and cut fire wood for the stove we heated with. Each of those things happened just once when it was only my dad and me. There were seven kids in the family
Prior to the crucifixion, Pilate tried to release Jesus (Jn. 19:9; Mk. 15:3-5; Isa. 53:7). Pilate knew Jesus had been delivered out of “envy” (Matt.
Sometimes communications go wonky. But you knew that.
I’m an old man now at 85. Having read not a few accident reports in the Air Force some sixty-odd years ago, poor communications can cause serious accidents, and no doubt still do.
In the second installment of 50 fast facts so interesting they’ll crush your boredom, we pick up on fact #10. People in Medieval England had rap battles. Before rap battles there was “flyting”, a type of trading of insults that was popular from the 5th to 16th centuries in England and Scotland.
Robert Frost said, “You can’t get too much winter in the winter” (https://www.brainyquote.com/topics/winter). Kentucky provides me with as much winter as I want.
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