While looking through some information my daughter recently used in a college class, I saw a couple of interesting websites that contained lots of information about Morgantown. Some of that information is listed below.
We’ve all heard about the overreach of the U.S.
When our kids were small, my husband, Garey, would always talk to them with a very serious tone when he was trying to make a point. He would never threaten, but he would warn and caution them about things, and say it in such a way that made them think, and sometimes even worry, about adverse con
Visions of the Past-As I took this photo, I tried to imagine the hours the farmer that owned this put in each day. The hard work, the sweat, the respect for the land he had to have.
Let’s say you order something online or bought something at a store and it doesn’t fit. You know the protocol: keep the receipt and put it with the item, put the item back in its original wrapping/casing and return. There’s one problem: how
October 19-25 is Kentucky Retired Teachers’ Week. This week is a great time to notice how much retired teachers give back to their communities.
I slept eleven-and-one-half hours on Saturday night, and still had to force myself to get out of bed on Sunday morning. When my husband, Garey, and I pulled into our driveway at 7 p.m.
Does the title above surprise you? Would it surprise you to learn that when said in its proper context, the above is true? I realize some folks say this in an effort to denounce the Bible. This is obviously not my purpose.
Wednesday night, I had the opportunity to see the legendary Don Williams perform at the SKYPAC. The 2010 inductee into the Country Music Hall of Fame put on a great show; and all he did was sit in a chair and play and sing. That’s all he needed to do. Sure, he may have fudged on a few lines or