Afew weeks before Halloween and many years ago, when I was still married to my former husband, he and I and a couple we knew all decided we would celebrate Halloween dressed as the Midwest.
Ihave been aware and concerned about this topic for several years, and every year before the Christmas holiday season I tell my wife that I would like to write a piece that might help shed some light on why we are having a problem with stray animals in our community.
We’ve been infected with with this idea that love is an emotion only felt between two people. But love is a universal energy.” A.R. Lucas Today, let’s explore the topic of love.
Early voting in this year’s midterm elections began Monday and continues through Friday, Nov. 4. Election Day is Nov. 8. Voters will pick the state’s next governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, land commissioner, agriculture commissioner and comptroller in statewide races.
Okay, I confess. I am – as many retailers know – a sucker of the first order. I’ve ignored pleas of loved ones and friends warning me about buying items at greatly reduced prices. I want to do better, but can’t help it if adrenaline jumps into overdrive upon my noticing signs like “drastically reduced” or “75% off.” You get the idea.
Ilove Little Free Libraries.
The often-quoted Abraham Lincoln once observed: “And in the end, it is not the years in your life, but the life in your years.” Are your taking advantage of the life left in your years?
The following was used by Carter Schildknect in addressing the school board at their meeting this past Thursday. She asked that it be printed as a letter to the editor.