Daphne Delay A lady in my church once told me, “Pastor Tod shouldn’t get upset if he sees us fall asleep in church.
It's a question that I've often pondered, and especially following the passing of those who, throughout their respective careers, seem to have been without peer.
In addition to the vows of losing weight or exercising at the beginning of a new year, many women orchestrate plans to get organized in an attempt to make their lives easier.
I'm generally willing to give the Fox Network's Tucker Carlson points for being fairly bright, but the guy couldn't have been more wrong on several counts Friday when he slammed
“Fog The fog comes On little cat feet It sits looking Over harbor and city On silent haunches And then moves on.” --Carl Sandburg I wonder if poet Carl Sandburg
If you weren't hiding under a rock as our calendars turned to 2020, or perhaps too engrossed in New Year's resolution-making to notice, you may have heard the Iranian terrorists who raided the U.S.
The few days since last Christmas have been bloody, to say the least. I don't suppose it's reasonable to expect otherwise. And, after scrolling through the left-wing blogs around Texas
By Marilou D. Horton I was talking to a close friend recently about personality quizzes, and during the conversation, we started brainstorming our “word” for 2020. She, an overachiever, came
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