The military is really amazing at a lot of things, but perhaps nothing outshines their ability to prepare. They meet to brainstorm for meetings about assembling material for a meeting that is one hundred percent about preparation for some event, project, training, or deployment. Thoroughly and overly prepared is a gross understatement, and the levels […]
As many of you, it was that time of year to make sure I had my health insurance figured out for 2019. My employer doesn’t offer health insurance benefits so it’s something I take care of on my own. That’s okay with me because it gives ME control of what kind of health insurance I […]
Remember to thank God for all your blessings and at the same time, loose your grip on the worldly things. Hang tight to what is eternal!
Although I am simply a first-year college student, I can contribute in creating a society that prioritizes the safety of the community, rather than the safety of the individual.
I had a Miscarriage and went back to work the next day. Prior to being Thando’s mommy, I was pregnant once before. My first pregnancy started out unremarkable except for the occasional pelvic pain and nausea. Friday 2 days before my 12 wk appt, I started spotting and cramping. The pain became more severe as the day […]
My three-year-old son has been having constant battle with gastrointestinal infections for the past year or so. Clinics and hospitals have never been a strange place for our family. Few weeks prior to his admission at a hospital in our province, we’ve noticed multiple bruises on his body which we thought were just from minor […]
Today was Ellis’ third trip to the e.r. in one month. Speechless. Familiar frantic drive, packing overnight hospital bag, phone call to Chris to hurry home to babysit Elliot. I hope this time they find the root cause of the severe stomach cramps and dry heaving. She shakes while her body is hunched over her […]
Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD 2nd District), was inside the hospital when it locked down. He said he met with military leaders about the incident to make sure it doesn’t happen again.
For those of you bemoaning the lack of a Doctor Who Christmas Special this year, the BBC has relented and released one, because you’ve all been very, very good. Who says you can’t have nice things? But there’s a catch: it’s in the form of a minute-long illustrated short on Twitter. Ta-da! 'Twas the night […]
QIC: The Count Date: 12/15/2018 PAX: 9 Volt, Blowout, Bubbles, Deep Dish, Fast Lane, Powder Room, Rhythm, Rug Doctor, Sidekick, Sidewinder, Threeskin, FNG-Wuznt Me AO: The Battery (Tinsley Park, Cleveland) Conditions: 49 degrees, Overcast, some light sprinkles, but still a great day to workout! The Disclaimer: I’m not a professional. You are here on your own […]
Living with Chronic Pain is no picnic. Intractable pain day after day wears down the body, the mind and the spirit and it can be extremely difficult finding anything good in the experience, but I have found a few things I wanted to share with you. Remember, these are my own personal thoughts. If you’re […]
SUMMARY LOCAL PRINT/WEB TV/VIDEO LINKS RADIO LINKS NATIONAL PRINT/WEB 1) SUMMARY The Devils will face-off against the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight at Prudential Center (7 pm, MSG+, TSN4). Tonight’s game is the second of three contests between New Jersey and Toronto. On November 9th, the Devils fell to the Maple Leafs, 6-1 in Toronto. […]
Baby Farrel…Hero umi dan ayah.. terima kasih hadir dlm rahim umi, walau sebentar cuma. Terima kasih beri kebahagiaan pada umi dan ayah walau sebentar cuma. 10Nov18 – Umi tak dpt tdo malam sbb tak sabar nk test UPT masa subuh. Umi tak tdo sambil tgk maze runner sorg sorg and tggu UncleNyel balik bawakkan mee […]
Good Morning Sky Dancers!! I’m still struggling with a bad cold. I’ve been coughing so much that I’m not getting enough sleep. I finally decided to go to a doctor yesterday, and the good news is my lungs are clear despite all the coughing and some wheezing. So I’m just resting, drinking fluids and hoping […]
The latest Hong Kong Writers’ Circle anthology, ‘Hong Kong Highs and Lows’ is out now at Bookazine and through our website at hkwriterscircle.com. It’ll soon be up on Amazon and the Kindle Store. It’s the fourth anthology that I’ve contributed towards since moving to Hong Kong almost seven years ago. And since I’ve struggled for […]
There are people who do not want Andraya Yearwood to run. They are bothered by the sight of her. Angered by the thought of her. The black scrunchie on her wrist, the ponytail down her back. The steely stare she offers as coaches, parents and fans hurl insults toward her at track meets, not caring […]