“It would be so nice if something made sense for a change.” Alice…in Wonderland
My eldest daughter and I are doing yet another sugar detox. I want bread. I want a croissant. And some cereal. And a bagel. And a cookie. But noooooo, it’s all sugary and not on the list. Honestly, if my kid didn’t do this with me, I’d have fallen off the wagon on Day 2. […]
Bulldozer turns 9 today. Nine! How did that even happen? It. Goes. So. Fast. He’s getting a Kindle for his birthday. He knows he’s getting it, and he even picked out the case for it, but I told him if doesn’t act surprised I won’t give it to him. We have to maintain our little […]
Day 3 of the shutdown and things are looking no better than on day one. It doesn’t look like the Republicans have any idea how to get themselves out of this mess because the whole idea of shutdowns is that it forces the two sides to come together and compromise. It’s like they haven’t been paying attention […]
TEXAS, June 20, 2013 ― Several Democratic politicians recently participated in the SNAP Challenge, a publicity effort that challenges people to eat on the average Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program allotment — more commonly known as food stamps — of $31.50 a week per person. Whatever impact the SNAP Challenge has on the policy debate […]
My former pastor used to talk about leaving room in the margins of our budget in order to be able to give. In the Bible, the people are instructed to leave the corners of their fields as well as what is dropped by the harvesters so that the poor could come through the field after […]
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