I saw an article earlier in the week that gave me pause. It took me back 25 years to a time when I was younger and dumber and would do just about anything to please the little girl in my life.
I had a brief but interesting discussion with a longtime friend of mine Saturday.
Next week is Sunshine Week, a national initiative used to highlight the importance of open government and freedom of information, in a republic.
“Hey lady. Yes, you, the one who was on the cell phone and almost rear-ended me three times in less than one quarter of a mile on my way to work Tuesday. Pay attention.”
Small acts of kindness are hard to beat. Kindness invokes a smile, sometimes a tear and always appreciation for the thoughtful act.
Is America dumbing down? Is this once great country doomed to mediocrity?
The headline on an Associated Press article earlier this week peaked my curiosity.
The National Weather Service in Huntsville earlier this week described January as very cold and dry.
I hate to belabor the point but the cold has been uppermost on most people’s minds over what seems like the entire month of January. It’s been cold. I can’t remember a similar winter when a true arctic blast blows in each week dropping temperatures into the single digits.