This is a subject that some people may or may not be able to relate to. I found this information online and thought I would share it since it has helped my siblings and me so much as we all do our part to care for our mother. Last September, our mother had surgery to … Continue reading 5 Tips For Caring For An Aging Parent
Sending my thoughts and prayers to all affected by this horrible crash. Please, let's all drive slow in the rainy or icy weather. What started as an average day for Ryan Chaney turned into something straight out of a disaster movie as he found himself trying to pull people from the wreckage of a mass-casualty crash … Continue reading Deadly Crashes & Vehicle Pile-ups on I-35 in Forth Worth, Texas – Thursday, February 11, 2021
I am posting this again since we are in the Holiday season of 2020 and dealing with Covid19, things have changed big time. I first posted this in 2018, when things were as one may say "Normal," but now we look back and it's a memory of a time many of us took for granted … Continue reading Managing Depression During the Holidays
Photo credit: Bing.com/images I sure miss the good ole days, where times were simple and loads of fun. The people were friendly and would stand and talk for hours to everyone. Neighborhoods with families of all sizes. People cared for one another and enjoyed bonding and socializing. Aww, Spring and Summer in the country, watching … Continue reading The Good Ole Days!
I choose to believe that all things are possible, not only for some but for all including me. I believe in faith, strength, courage, wisdom, and being honest and humble. This coffee mug is one of several that I have that I drink my morning coffee from as I brainstorm and go over in my … Continue reading “Believe”
Photo credit: https://www.gettyimages.com/photos/human-kidney I wanted to post these symptoms of kidney disease due to my being diagnosed a few weeks ago with stage three kidney disease. I can truly say it was a huge shock to me, but it's also something that I will not allow to take control of my life. I will fight … Continue reading 11 Symptoms of Kidney Disease
pinterest.com Juneteenth (short for “June Nineteenth”) marks the day when federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas in 1865 to take control of the state and ensure that all enslaved people be freed. The troops’ arrival came a full two and a half years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. Juneteenth honors the end to slavery in the United … Continue reading What is Juneteenth?
When we stop and take a look at some of the beautiful fowls and animals in this world, you truly began to see the artistic craftsmanship of God, and also realize that he has a sense of humor as well! These birds may be different species and different colors, but all are beautiful and bring … Continue reading Beautiful Creations!
This is a repost with a few additions: We have all heard the saying, "The Struggle is Real." Many may not know what that phrase means, but as we read and listen to the news each day, and go through our day to day lives it becomes pretty clear as to what it means. Each … Continue reading The Struggle is Real!
How can something this tragic happen at a birthday party? Why would someone throw dry ice into a swimming pool while people are supposed to be having a good time? I'm pretty sure these are just two of the many questions being asked at this time by people all around the world. Three people have … Continue reading Three Dead After Someone Tosses Dry Ice Into a Swimming Pool at a Birthday Party!