January isn’t just the month of resolutions for the year ahead. It can also be a good time to reminisce the days back when and now I wish I had the intuition years ago to ask my parents and grandparents, “What was it like when you was a kid? I remember the many times … More What was it like when you were a kid?
I recently had the chance to see a new film titled, 3801 Lancaster: American Tragedy, at the Convention and Athletic Complex here in Indiana, PA. I highly recommend this film to be seen by parents, high school students, pregnant teens, and anyone else that may be considering the possibility of abortion for whatever their reasons. … More 3801 Lancaster
We survived the Christmas shopping and the over enthusiastic crowd of shoppers. We survived the endless office and friends Christmas parties. We survived the packing up of gifts and trips to parents and family for the annual Christmas gatherings, and we’ve survived the New Year’s Eve parties and the hangovers on the first day of … More Reality Check 2016
Wishing all a Safe and Happy Christmas with Family, Friends, and loved ones. Seniam Nevets
Every Thanksgiving holiday the question always asked is, “What are you thankful for?” and as Americans, we have a hell of a lot to be thankful for, not just on the last Thursday of November every year, but each and every day of the year. But I wonder how many of us truly think about … More The American Thanksgiving
The dangers of driving are bad enough these days without drivers using cell phones to make calls or send texts, and what do the automobile manufactures incorporate in vehicles now? Wi-fi! As if bluetooth capability wasn’t enough to distract drivers. And for those that don’t have bluetooth equipped vehicles, buy a damned bluetooth headset, for … More Automobile Technology – Safety or Sales?