I wish my iron would stay on. It won’t, of course. Yours won’t either, unless it was purchased during the nineties. Irons now come with a safety switch that turns the appliance off after five minutes of non-use. And to add insult to injury, the thing constantly beeps to remind you that it is
Baptism is a subject that deserves our study and obedience. It is a Bible subject that is discussed often in the New Testament. What does baptism do for man? What purpose does it serve?
There are a few shows I can watch at any time; no matter how many times I’ve seen the repeats. Big Bang Theory has quickly become one of those shows. Another one of those shows is Seinfeld. The show had its series finale 16 years ago, but I
Later this week people from across the Commonwealth will gather in Frankfort for ceremonies at the Vietnam War Memorial to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the war fought against Communism in southeast Asia. The event is one of nearly 1,000 being held across the country to honor and remember
Last week, the “thought for the day” in a meeting I attended was about developing the habit of helping others. I would like to be more helpful. Many times, my heart would be willing, but my brain isn’t tuned in.
Over the Labor Day weekend, my daughter, Natalie, and I took my granddaughter, Sabria, to the Huntsville Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Sabria has an affinity for all things outer space.
Many years ago, a Mr. Thomas Hall (1610-1665) said, “We must not so much as taste of the devil’s broth, lest at last he brings us to eat of his beef.” This statement sounds funny at first, but Mr. Hall understood something that few people today seem to understand.
In the fall of 2011, my health became a focus for me. My doctor had encouraged me to lose weight, eat more nutritiously, and move more – make a life change. Like most people, I pretty well knew what to do; I just had difficulty doing it.
It's difficult, in a way, to write about my old friend, Brandon McKee- now gone from us some years. Difficult because, all of the things I would want and need to say would occupy too much time and space.
One day, while I was washing bottles in the kitchen, my granddaughter, Sabria, was—unbeknownst to me—climbing into a chair in the dining room in order to take down the curtains from the one window in the room. It is a short window, decked out in café sized curtains, embellished with Beauxbaton l