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
Wishing all a Safe and Happy Christmas with Family, Friends, and loved ones. Seniam Nevets
We’ve all questioned or marveled, as a child, at the thought of how Santa Claus could possibly deliver all the toys to every household in one single night, especially if your family traveled to visit grandparents, which, that trip in itself, seemed to take forever, then, how could Santa Claus get to all the homes? … More Santa’s Secret Revealed!
The Christmas Season is a time of nostalgia, family traditions, and so many warm memories of the seasons passed, and each year we hope to achieve making the present Christmas season just as memorable. Thinking back now, it’s not the presents received that are remembered, those were pretty much forgotten once the wrappings came off. … More Christmas Is Nostalgia
The Christmas season is upon us once again along with the hustle and bustle of shopping to choose just the right gift, the wrapping, the baking, all the decorating, and all the parties to attend. The months and weeks it takes to prepare for a Merry Christmas celebration. But have you ever thought about how … More The History of Christmas
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
It’s late August. The last days of summer. Hot days and high humidity make for lazy afternoons, sitting on the front porch, waiting for the elusive breeze to ever so slightly stir the tree branches bringing the anticipation of minuscule relief from the late summer heat. White fluffy clouds slowly drift overhead offering little to … More Summer Rain Memories
Scenerio: You’re in a restaurant having lunch with a friend. The hostess seat a mother and two children ages two and five in a booth across from you, the youngest in a high chair. The mother orders and once the meals are delivered you over hear the mother say to the oldest, “you need to … More What would you do?