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In 2020, parents grew increasingly frustrated with school closings and the apparent inability of many public schools to adequately deal with the COVID crisis. Children are falling behind academically and socially. more
We busted out of quarantine on Monday.  more
For some time, the very foundations of America have been shifting. Some of the reformations are needed, some are not. In recent days the shift has been pushed forward at a frightening pace. more
In December, Wade and I celebrated our ten year wedding anniversary. After sharing some celebratory cake and kisses, we closed on the purchase of our new home and began unloading the U-Haul. It wasn’t our first time to move, or our second, not even our third. No, this is our 30th change of address in a decade. more
My parents taught me to say thank you when someone does the right thing. Our elected officials often hear from us, as they should, when they put into law practices that are immoral. They should also hear from us when they have modeled for us the courage to do what is morally right, especially when it may not be politically expedient. more
What has happened to our nation? What was once a people that took pride in the manner in how they cared for their neighbors and those they did not personally know, have now abandoned them due to this horrific pandemic known as COVID-19. more
I always stay up to greet the new year.  I feel like it’s my duty to be awake when it comes sashaying in. more
An invocation greeted representatives in both the U.S. House of Representatives and the Kentucky House of Representatives. They couldn’t have been more different.   The prayer in the U.S. … more
Maybe the difficulties of 2020 left you not only longing for a better year to come but also reminiscing. Both of these are natural, but are they wise? A voice of wisdom says not necessarily. more
It was Christmas Eve.  She’d been traveling for hours and had more to go.  Her dog, feeling her unease, jumped from the front seat to the back.  While some wished for a white Christmas, she did not.  The flakes fell, increasing her tension as each mile passed. more
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