July 25, 2014

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Shacking up: What’s the problem?

Focus: This is written primarily for those who cohabitate during child bearing age. Not hostilely conceived. Just to make the public aware of some of the issues facing all of us as this issue progresses.

I can remember when only low class persons shacked up, or more politely, cohabitated. I was speaking with a prominent man in an undisclosed location a few years past when I asked him how his daughter whom I had known via schools was doing. “She’s living with so and so,” he said without any hesitancy, implying that he saw nothing wrong with this development.

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“Time Out”

Years ago when I was playing basketball and somehow had been overcome with fatigue, the coach would call “time out” and put in a substitute to take my place. This period gave me a chance to get my breath and recuperate. The time has now come for me to call for “time out” for a breather.

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Patriotism on a Plate - Fourth of July Cheesecake
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The heroin epidemic's forgotten victim
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Celebrating July 4, who will keep America going?
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An update on the issue of inner city chickens
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PC High School Football tackles road trash
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Use caution when using fireworks this July 4th
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Try this beef nacho casserole recipe for your next backyard barbecue

By Lovina Eicher

Hello! This is Lovina’s daughter, Verena. Mom has been extra busy lately, so I wanted to help her out by writing the column for her this week.

Washing dishes, sweeping and mopping floors,  and watering flowers has filled my day. With having sisters Loretta-13 and Lovina-10 home from school, they can help out a lot around the house already. I like to send Lovina after my things when I feel a little lazy. Smile!

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“The Road Block”

One has to be cautious when approaching old age. The process is very similar to that of a child when he takes his first step all alone on that giant school bus. The fears are very similar for an old man.

I have made the mistake before of quoting the Scripture on saying “Once a man and twice a child.” The Scripture does not really say that, but ever who said it spoke the truth.

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