This post is sort of a public announcement. Our economy is not yet thriving and we all know that back-to-school means extra expenses for school uniforms and school supplies. I would like to encourage anyone, who is able, to purchase an extra notebook or two or a box of crayons, (something on the approved list) etc. along with your child’s school supplies, to please do so. There are so many people still out of work and…"Is it Back-to-school already?"
“I have given her in marriage to seven men, all of whom were kinsmen of ours, and all died on the very night they approached her.” – Tobit 7:11 If you were marrying someone whose previous husbands all died on their wedding nights, what would you do? You’d think you’d pray, but obviously, none of the dead husbands thought of that. You’d think we’d pray at the time of death. However, this is an unprecedented…"You’d think we’d pray…"
We go to the local nursing home each Sunday morning for the Rosary and a little music; and when Hubby is in the mood or inspired, a little preaching. This morning was no exception. There are, as you would expect, many residents there with Alzheimer’s. One elderly woman, in particular, was a bank manager during her life, or so I’ve been told. She was obviously quite intelligent. I do not know of her temperament before Alzheimer’s…"The humbling effects of Alzheimer’s and other ramblings…"
I am like most people I think, disgusted by what is playing out on television in the name of politics. Neither candidate is worth much as a person in some areas in my opinion. As a Christian, I can’t bring myself to end that sentence with “as a person” so as I said – some areas. That aside, it is difficult to sometimes figure out where the candidates stand on issues with the bias reporting.…"Yep, I'm going there. Let's talk Politics"
First published June 12, 2010 With life in the bayou country still feeling the strain from the effects of Hurricane Katrina and another hurricane season upon us, an oil spill was the last thought on anyone’s mind, but here we are. With mandated hurricane flood insurance premiums rising at a rate unforeseen, many residents in the southern part of the parish have lost their homes, not because they could not afford the…"A mess…what else would you call it?"
First published June 2010 It’s June 1, the day that marks the beginning of hurricane season; the day each year that brings back memories of the past. It is the day of expert opinions on how active the hurricane season will be, as though anyone could predict what Mother Nature has in mind. Yes, the hurricane season is officially upon us and there is an oil spill of great magnitude invading our shores…"Hurricane Season or Oil Season?"