Day 48: Love Thy Neighbor

“Mr. Coal operator call me anything you please, blue, green, or red, I aim to see to it that these Kentucky coal miners will not dig your coal while their little children are crying and dying for milk and bread.” — Aunt Molly Jackson, the ultimate Pistol Packin’ Mama,(1880-1960) This morning I’m thinking about TheContinue reading “Day 48: Love Thy Neighbor”

Day 24

The Twitter account “Shower Thoughts” has a good thought that is working for me.  It reads: “Go to bed, you’ll feel better in the morning” is the human version of “Did you turn it off and turn it back on again?” Sleep is a marvelous reset, isn’t it?  I am thankful for my little bed. Continue reading “Day 24”