Monthly Archives: January 2019

OUR SHUTDOWN STORY (PART 2)

It’s difficult not to want to use fear or worry to motivate people to care about what you care about. We see it all the time on the news and we share those posts on our social media feeds. When … Continue reading

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OUR SHUTDOWN STORY (PART 1)

Yesterday, my “non-essential” furloughed federal government employee husband (with the USEPA for 28 years) and I went to a local food pantry about 30 miles from our home to get some food. We were looking to subsidize what we already … Continue reading

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THE WORDS OF DOCTOR, PREACHER MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.

I can recall when schools were open on Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and a quick announcement over the intercom sufficed for information given about him. I’ll be the first to admit that “we’ve” come a long way in the … Continue reading

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