I’m a “hurry wart.” That’s one who’s always in a hurry to complete one project because the next one is giving a hard nudge for recognition. And when it does, I’m on it like a flash.
Faye Harris Column
Those were the days...
Most people in America know who Dr. Martin Luther King is. According to my calendar, his actions are worthy enough to have a day set aside in his honor, on Monday, Jan. 21, this year.
For the first time since I was born, Santa Claus will not be stopping by my house this year with that special gift given exclusively from him!
Great-Grandpa Thomas Gobbler Turkey has related many tales about earlier Thanksgivings in America to me. The one I have chosen to share with the public deals with an ad in an old newspaper that Gramps found lying in the street.
The good thing about having a very young step-mother is--she still thought like a child knowing how our minds worked.
Cigarette smoking is the number-one risk factor for lung cancer (Time Health, Spring 2018).
Cancer and other smoking-related diseases kill about 40,000 Americans every year, accounting for 1 in 5 deaths in the U.S., with a worldwide yearly death count of 7 million.
In early August my husband, Glen, had his routine cardiology checkup with the conclusion by the nurse practitioner, “I’ll see you in about three months. Say, why don’t we have you go in for a pulmonary exam?”
So we went to have this done.
This question was recently asked by one of the middle school students in my Sunday School class. It had been asked of me several years ago by another student, whose query was quickly followed by, “Yeah! I want to know that, too.”
The answer I gave on that first date was, “Ask your father…he’s the pastor.”
“I did,” said Emma Lue. “He said to ask you.”
“Could we talk about this next Sunday?” I asked, playing for time to investigate this mystery, so I, too, would know."
I collect “sayings.” One I recently clipped from a catalog was, “A little grey hair is a small price to pay for all this wisdom.”