Wishing an early springtime to all. There have been many folklore and even a 1993 movie concerning the great groundhog and the day dedicated. But you know what the groundhog says: When the groundhog emerges from its burrow on Groundhog Day and sees its shadow, winter will persist six more weeks. If, however, the groundhog…Read more Happy Groundhog Day
Fall Back…It Will be Standard Time at 2:00 am Overnight Getting ready for the holidays and...Oh, where did the time go! Starting tomorrow, it will be getting dark early, so that the kids can be safe and get to school while it is light out. Standard Time will be in effect effective at 2 am…Read more Don’t Forget To Set Your Clocks Back
This is a reflection of an extra special remembrance to all Americans on that day of 9/11. Now a special remembrance for those who lost loved ones on that day. Everything changed dramatically that day, a lot of people lost their lives, a lot of injuries and damages beyond explanation. To mark a haven, I…Read more A Remembrance for the Friends and Families!
...It Is Daylight Savings Time Welcome to the first implementation of spring, Daylight Savings Time! If you have an old-school clock, set it ahead one hour, or you are going to be one hour late to your appointment. The extra hour of daylight in the evening is way worth the missing hour as we are…Read more Don’t Forget to Set Your Clocks Ahead…
Today is the remembrance of our first President of the United States of America's true birthday! Our prayers of out to the memory of all presidents, but none compare to the first, President George Washington, who was married to our first First Lady Martha. The sight of Washington appears on every single dollar bill and…Read more Happy Washington’s Birthday!
Honoring the actual Birthday to President Abraham Lincoln today. I am from the Land of Lincoln, so we always celebrate on this day and it is still an actual holiday in Illinois. President Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809, in Hodgenville, Hodgen’s Mill, Kentucky to a then poor family. Lincoln was an American lawyer…Read more Happy Birthday to President Abraham Lincoln!
Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.- 01/15/1929 to 04/04/1968 A moment of silence honoring Dr. King... ...He was an American Baptist minister plus activist and the leader of the civil rights movement for those days back from a period of 1954 until his unfortunate and untimely death in 1968. Born in Atlanta, and remembered for his…Read more Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This is an extra special remembrance to all Americans on that day of 9/11. This year is extra special because in 2001 it was on a Tuesday, and this year it is only the third time that it fell on a Tuesday as well. Everything changed dramatically that day, a lot of people lost their…Read more Remembrance for the Day!