Amid the frightening scare of the deadly coronavirus pandemic, Hobby Lobby just gave us another reason, if not the most important reason, to boycott their business forever! You might be asking, who or what is Hobby Lobby? Hobby Lobby Facts: They are the largest privately-owned arts and crafts retail store in America One of the … Continue reading #1 Reason We Need to Boycott Hobby Lobby
By the time this post is read, the countdown to the New Year has ended. It is the final door closing to the holiday season. And this year, it is the end of another decade! Welcome to 2020. Oy! Right? As you pull the covers up over your head and snuggle deeper into your bed, … Continue reading 8 Steps For New Year’s Resolutions
Walking through the shopping malls and large retail stores, we have been assaulted with Halloween candy, a snippet of Thanksgiving decor, and a whole lot of Christmas. The pace has been set and it's full speed ahead. We are now fully immersed in the "holidays." Some have been humming Christmas songs quietly and others are … Continue reading 10 Ways to Spread Christmas Cheer
"Wow! Mommy look!" The young toddler continued waving their hands and pointing. "Mommy, what is that?" A young and impressionable mind, so observant and curious, soaking up information and knowledge every single day. "That," mom states, "is a RAINBOW!" "But Mommy, where did it come from? What is it doing? Where does it go? Can … Continue reading Divisiveness Over a Rainbow?
At the corner of a very busy intersection was a small gathering of the brightly colored fowl type gossipers. And with them was another who was much more common, not nearly as colorful or spectacular. And yet, there they were all assembled together. You see, there was a sprinkler watering the grass and part of … Continue reading Why Not Choose!
Very rarely do I write an article using first-person singular pronouns. For one, the purpose of my blog is to be a place where I can offer hope to others based on my own struggles and experiences in life. And secondly, I think my opinions and feelings are more appropriately written in a personal journal. … Continue reading Our Vicious Canker Sore
It was a beautiful and sunny summer afternoon. The sun was shining brightly with no clouds in sight. With the windows of our vehicle open, we traveled to our destination. We had one quick stop to make first, the gas station. We drove in and settled into one of the lanes for refueling. We stopped behind … Continue reading Top 10 Strategies for Your Auto Accident Settlement
Does your life feel as though it's upside down? Is the strain on your relationship feeling too strong? Do you cry out for help and hear nothing in response? Well, if you answered "yes" to one or all of these questions, then you will relate well to what I have to share. Shaken Faith I've … Continue reading Hurricane Harvey, Faith and Apples
My phone rang early Monday morning. This is a rare event in my home. No one ever calls me. Not wanting to budge from the warmth and comfort of my bed, I hesitated to get up and answer the ring. But, something pushed me to get up. I just had this feeling that I should … Continue reading An Avalanche of Grief!
Whether large or small, we all consciously or subconsciously set a variety of goals in our lives. This can be as small as getting ready in time to make a special event, to setting a weight loss goal that may take you several years to accomplish. The sheer size and length of time to reach … Continue reading 6 Steps to Reach Your Goal