These Shoes Weren’t Made for Walkin’ (aka the seven signs I should have said no) Shannon Anicas 6/25/08 My adventure today was to do errands for my boss. Simple enough. She said to park at the High Street garage and that one place was caddy corner to it and the other was just about a … Continue reading These Shoes Weren’t Made for Walkin’ (aka the seven signs I should have said no)
I know that Brandi isn't the first to suffer an untimely death, but what is going on in the world, specifically the United States today? In the last few months (and years) our news has been one report after another of a wife, mother, girl friend, sister, daughter, a friend being murdered. Usually around the … Continue reading State of the world today
Today the Texas Equasearch traveled to Kiln, MS to begin a search for Brandi through the wooded and often swampy terrain that surrounds our little town in South Mississippi. I logged on tonight to see if there was any word from the search since I am in Ohio and not close enough to go search … Continue reading Update on the search for Brandi. Thank U to all that prayed.
After a long, long summer turned to fall I decided that I am taking time off from teaching and going to school until the 1st of the year. I am in the process of very nasty testing on my hated but much-needed kidneys. With my health issues and such, I figured it was a good … Continue reading Taking time to breathe…
Not long ago, the satirical newspaper The Onion ran a fake news story that began like this: "At a well-attended rally in front of his new ground zero headquarters Monday, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani officially announced his plan to run for president of 9/11. 'My fellow citizens of 9/11, today I will … Continue reading How 9/11 Made Us Stupid…by Tomas Friedman…
Corruption, crime, insurance choking off economic growth 03:39 PM CDT on Wednesday, August 29, 2007 Alan Sayre / Associated Press Two years after Hurricane Katrina almost nothing seems the same in New Orleans, but one thing has not changed -- a cool regard by business for what was once a major Southern commercial center. The … Continue reading Corruption, crime, insurance choking off economic growth
Fruits of our labor Well, it is official! We have veggies! On Sunday, we picked our first zucchini out of our jungle of squash. Then while weeding our flower beds I discovered that we had carrots too. Looks like the seeds that got knocked over made their way to the flower bed. We had 2 super … Continue reading Fruits of our labor