Check it out, readers! Playing With a Golf Ball on a Frozen Lake BY ANNA MASON FEBRUARY 16, 2023 On Dec. 27, 2022, Jeff Self, 56, from Chesapeake, drove 10 miles from his home to Stumpy Lake Natural Area. As Self parked his jeep, he noticed an eagle flying close by. Seeing another photographer he knew, Self … Continue reading Playing on Ice
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Can’t Take a Joke
Communists are the worst in many, many ways. One of the most unpleasant things about them is that not only do they have no sense of humor, they don’t want anyone else to have one, either! No, all laughter that is not sanctioned must not happen. It is forbidden, comrade! Pardon me while I laugh … Continue reading Can’t Take a Joke
A Word from Davy Crockett
Worth the read and then some. Check it out! 200 Years Ago, Davy Crockett Perfectly Explained the Limits on Government Spending – Not Yours to Give BY GUEST CONTRIBUTOR FEBRUARY 1, 2023 By Col. Davy Crockett Editor’s Note: This incredible story has long been a favorite among that segment of Americans who take the Constitution – … Continue reading A Word from Davy Crockett
What’s for Lunch?
If you want something to eat that is inexpensive, look up these Depression-era meals. You may just find what you are searching for! Great Depression Grub – 5 Makeshift Meals People Made when Food was Scarce Nov 10, 2018 Barbara Stepko When the going gets tough, the tough get cooking—and at no time in U.S. … Continue reading What’s for Lunch?
Take the time to check out this insightful video, readers: Is It Ever Okay to Give Up? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkY2tVYDPJQ
Stop In and Say Hi
As of February 2023, readers, the Almighty is literally waiting for you in this airport in Atlanta, Georgia. There is now a chapel of perpetual Eucharistic Adoration open in the interfaith chapel at the airport. It services both the personnel on station and travelers who pass through the airport. Since I am Catholic, I am … Continue reading Stop In and Say Hi
Personal Tics – It’s the Little Things that Make a Character
Someone very kindly shared this picture with me. I admit, I hadn’t noticed the above similarity before, though I did notice Steve would hold his belt in an interesting manner on occasion. Having it pointed out that this is something Bucky would do and that Steve is imitating him, however, does make sense. Why? It … Continue reading Personal Tics – It’s the Little Things that Make a Character
Helping the Helpless
Follow the link to learn more, readers! Mission of Compassion By Henry Howard Aug 25, 2016 The Mexican resort city of Puerto Vallarta greets visitors with stately hotels on pristine beaches, a relaxing atmosphere, and unique dining and shopping options. Just a few miles from the vibrant coastline, however, garbage piles up alongside dirt and … Continue reading Helping the Helpless
The Female Soldier Who Fought in the War for Independence
I am not certain that I can call her the first female American soldier, readers. She is among the most famous, however. Only Molly Pitcher compares and “Molly Pitcher” was not her real name. Rather it was an affectionate name given to at least two different women who took part in the War for Independence, … Continue reading The Female Soldier Who Fought in the War for Independence
Water, Water Everywhere….
It is even in the pie, readers. Click the link to learn more! The Unusual Dessert Known As Water Pie Nov 17, 2021 Madeline Hiltz In our opinion, nothing finishes off Thanksgiving dinner like a delicious slice of apple or pumpkin pie. However, a recipe for a different kind of Thanksgiving dessert has recently resurfaced … Continue reading Water, Water Everywhere….