The woman found an old rusty coat hanger left on the ground. She looked at it and said “I don’t know how to use this.”
The following is an email I received several months ago, but thought it was appropriate to keep until Mother’s Day rolled around in 2014.
Believing that a decision is permanent is usually fatal. Sometimes a “best choice” is temporary, and needs to be refreshed over time to remain a good decision.
The compelling testimonies of all five of Rita’s mentees helped tip the scales in her favor for this honor.
This Industry Innovation Competition seeks creative solutions in three areas of significant importance to VA.
Homographs are words with the same spelling but with more than one meaning. And when a homograph is also pronounced differently, it’s called a heteronym
If the majority of Americans believe in God, why on earth is there such a mess about saying, “In God We Trust”?
As Las Vegas is trying to regain its Sin City reputation, an old German Shepherd shows how to play mind games on youthful arrogance
People you meet on a daily basis are far more afraid of life and its personal or perceived dangers than what you would presume.
The Council on Aging Fix It Volunteers are driven with a willingness to make a difference, and a sincere desire to keep the seniors living in a safe dwelling.
The stresses and worries in life weigh on you like a glass of water. Think about them for hours, you will feel paralyzed – incapable of doing anything.
This poem explores life’s daily run ins and the value of pacing yourself in tackling the emotions that come from them.
This January Poem reads like a Morning After Story when it comes to New Year’s Weight loss resolutions. Very funny.
Being kind is not always easy, but it is never put under repute, as is anger and fear and hostility. Kindness is contagious.
Know your talents, passion and ability and then prepare so you can make decisions that can accomplish goals.