Last Friday I visited the doctor and found out I have a herniated disk. I've been on oxycodone (generic Percocet) and anti-inflammatory meds since then, along with heating pads and wearing a corset. I'm still in an excruciating amount of pain, which … [Read more...] about Have a Very Merry, and Painless, Christmas!
As I write this, it's Sunday night and I just watched an unmentionable football game come to a disappointing close. If you know where I'm from or have read it in my past posts, you'll know which team I was cheering for. Well, it wasn't meant to be, … [Read more...] about Making some year-end charitable donations
Two things I do not intend this site to be about are faith and politics. One reason is because no one has the right answer to either. In my post about The Golden Compass, I used somewhat strong language to describe what I thought as a deceptive … [Read more...] about Faith and Hypocrisy
I am a Catholic Christian, but I try not to force my beliefs on others as I am still resolving truths for myself. However, I don't like devious marketing schemes meant for ill intent. I want to inform my readers that a new movie, based on a very … [Read more...] about PSA: The Truth About “The Golden Compass”
New IRS tax rules for 2007, which took effect Jan. 1, forbid tax deductions for charitable donations unless you can prove the donation through receipts or other official financial records. However, don't let that scare you away from donating. If … [Read more...] about Stop donating your cash. Write a check instead.