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May/June 2019 Issue
TWICE THE TEMPTATION
FIGHTING FOR JUSTICE
Tag Archives: holiday
Okay. Tomorrow is actually Tuesday but for everyone who works for a living, it will feel like Monday. Right? Happy Labor Day to those of us here in the States. In “jetting” around this past weekend, I discovered that several … Continue reading
Happy Friday the 13th. I thought I’d share this little horror flick brought to y’all by It’s A Southern Thing. Stay safe out there, ya hear?!?
Y’all know I’m a southerner. And y’all know that I find the fine folks at It’s a Southern Thing to be hilarious. Why? Because they are so dead on! Today’s video is all about the things you will never hear … Continue reading
So. It’s a new month. And we’re halfway through this year. I’m not quite sure how I feel about this. I haven’t accomplished near what I’d planned. I’m not quite sure how I feel about that. Anyway, here in the … Continue reading
I made the mistake of watching the news this week. There’s so much…ugly in the world right now. Sunday is the 4th of July. Here in the USA, we celebrate our freedoms and honor our founding fathers (and mothers) and … Continue reading
Today is the longest day of the year, aka the Summer Solstice. Yesterday was Midsummer’s Day. How does that even work? Because technically, today is the first day of summer. Yes, my brain explodes a little around this time of … Continue reading
Monday has rolled around again. Yesterday was Mother’s Day. That can be good or bad, depending. My mother passed years ago, and my mother-in-law years before that. That sort of makes me the matriarch of the family. Which is weird … Continue reading
I don’t think I ever realized that the Monday after Easter is actually called “Easter Monday.” I guess I never actually paid attention to the calendar but it’s there listed. Anyway, it’s the first full week of the new month. … Continue reading