Solomon wrote, “Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring” (Prov. 27:1). I remember a time in my life where I saw three people pass from this world in one month alone. Have you ever had a month like that?
I’m a sucker for music movies. I enjoyed Bohemian Rhapsody, though I didn’t see it in theatre. I saw it at home courtesy of Google Play.
One of my granddaughters recently married, causing me to think about weddings. These occasions can be expensive or inexpensive, casual or formal, private or well-attended.
It is Sunday, June 2nd, and the newscaster informed me that today is National Rotisserie Chicken Day. I’ve always thought it a bit odd that our country marks every day and every week with some sort of special recognition. There is a N
Much of what we purchase has an “expiration date”. For example, food products often come with an “expiration date” somewhere on them. Medicines sometimes have “expiration dates” on them as well.
I love a good meme. I think we all do. They’re funny. Well, most of them. The best ones are funny if you ask me. The word “meme” is an abbreviated form of the Greek word “mimeme”, which means “something imitated”. “Meme” was coined by the often controversial evolutionary biologist Richard D
As we begin summer, I’ve been thinking about vacations. Kelly Clarkson said, “The thing I love most about going on vacation is that I get to leave behind any kind of schedule” (https://www.brainyquote.com/topics/vacation).
The first sling (weapon) I recall seeing, Porky Wice had one. Porky was the son of a Baptist preacher, and sort of a free spirit. He also had a souped-up motorcycle that would do over 90 miles per hour it’s said. Porky was 14 then.