July 28, 2014

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"Theories" Print E-mail

I suppose we all have ideas or opinions that we think may help solve the problems of our fellow man. Webster defines theory as “A system of assumptions or accepted principles and rules of procedures devised to analyze, predict, or otherwise explain the nature of behavior of a specified set of phenomena.” In laymen’s terms, this means that anyone may have a theory on any current problem or situation.

Impress Your Loved Ones with this Layers of Love Torte Print E-mail
Baked Sea Scallops - Perfect for a Special Occasion Print E-mail
“School Bus Driving” Print E-mail

I saw an old friend the other day in the supermarket and she commented, “Marvin, why don’t you write a piece about school bus drivers”? I thought about it after I got home and concluded, “Why not!”

Some of the most ignored and least appreciated public servants are the school bus drivers.  Now, I know all of them are not saints, but they do a difficult job, and really, most of them are nice folks.

“Rex” Print E-mail

I have owned a dog of some type all my life. I prefer hounds or terriers. They are so friendly and gentle. None of the dogs I have ever owned were valuable. Whatever value my dogs had, came from the love and attention they gave me. They were always glad to see me early in the morning or late at night. My dogs were content to let me boss and never challenged or took offense to anything I did. They make me feel important. Whenever the world seemed to be falling apart, all I had to do to see that someone cared was to whistle for my dog and he would come wagging his tail.

Gear Up for Game-Day with Buffalo Chicken Sliders Print E-mail
Spice up the Party with Chorizo Sausage Poppers Print E-mail
“Getting Stuck” Print E-mail

Most of us at one time or another have gotten into situations that were next to impossible to escape. I remember one of these predicaments.

My childhood was filled with many, of what I consider, exciting events. To the modern day youngster, these events would be simple and even boring, but to us even a trip to the country store or the Falmouth Livestock Auction was a thrill in itself.

Reuben Lovers Rejoice for this Wonderful Dip Print E-mail
January is Birth Defects Prevention Month Print E-mail

More than 120,000 babies are born with a birth defect each year in the United States - 3,000 of which are born in Kentucky, according to the state Department for Public Health (DPH).

To help raise awareness of this issue and prevent future birth defects, the Kentucky Birth Surveillance Registry (KBSR) Program, which is housed in DPH, is partnering with the National Birth Defects Prevention Network this month to dispense educational information and promote public health resources. Gov. Steve Beshear officially proclaimed this monthlong observance in the Commonwealth to further emphasize the importance of taking steps to reduce and prevent birth defects.


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