How do our five senses trigger our emotions and our actions?
I watch a lot of those behind the music type shows: AXSTV’s Top 10 Revealed, lots of music documentaries and the like. This first little nugget I learned from the Elvis show that was on CBS a few weeks ago. As always, I double-checked this and all the knowledge I’m about to drop to make sure it
I’m another year older and thankful for that additional year. In celebration of my increased age, I read about seniors in the United States. One of my friends will often say, “Don’t talk to me about the golden years. They’re rusty!” But aging is just another step and another description.
Last week, my sister’s husband passed away. He had been under Hospice care during the week before. My sister’s son said that afterwards, after they removed his body from his parents’ home, Rhonda fell to the kitchen floor and wailed.
As we approach the latter days of the 2019 Session, the Capitol remains as busy as ever. Countless visitors from across Kentucky advocated on important issues in a week that had no shortage legislative activity.
When I talk to folks and tell them about the Caneyville church of Christ, some who are unfamiliar with us wonder about the
ENOUGH TO BE DANGEROUS- A while back, I had a gentleman tell me that his knowledge about what went on at a place where he is more or less “in charge” was only sufficient to the level of “knowing just enough to be
Recently I saw a TV movie “Advertized”. The caption read: Prometheus.
I’ve never been a space movie fan. I only read the description: “About the crew of a spaceship traveling to a distant planet in hopes of discovering humanity’s origins.”
February, the month we associate with love, is coming to a close. During February – usually near Valentine’s Day, people express their love for others. Also, February 17 was Random Act of Kindness Day – a day to show small kindnesses to others.