July 13, 2018, Dottie disappeared from her yard, she had never left her yard on her own before.. If you should see Dottie please call her mom at 972-313-5539.
A whimsical nonsensical poem, written as an answer to a challenge by Chris Mills via Natalie Frank
Betsy “Betts” Bradford: wife of Conrad Bradford, mother of four sons and pregnant with her fifth child. Having babies was all Betsy ever wanted to do at the chagrin of Conrad, not that he did not love his children … as much as he could love anyone, but four was too many.
A Poem about the effect of an ill wind.
Tamisha Bradford-Landen was the fifth child and only daughter of Conrad and Betsy Bradford. Tamisha married to Calvin Landen, mother of one baby and a second on the way.
I read last night the article by C. E. Clark that asked the question are people in a coma aware of and understand conversations around them, then I thought about when my Honey Bunny was in a coma.
A tribute to Kevin John Shenko, my stepson who expired on the 13th of August 2017 at the hands of his own son John Shenko III. This was written for Kevin’s father John Shenko II.
Abortion or abject poverty, who has the right to choose? An answer to Marcy Goodfleisch’s question “Will Trump, take the USA backward or forward with women’s rights?”
Chipper is growing up, this is the story (in poems) of his adventures with my husband and I, our family and a host of other people and animals.
Affairs of the heart that can shake the universe.
Chris Mills (cam8510) suggested I write a satirical poem featuring Tweetledee and Tweetledon? Tweetledee could be Assad or Putin. So here you go my friend.
A satirical poem about the addiction to tweeting.
My response to the writing challenge issued by Genna Eastman, with a copy of her rules, also a continuation from where ‘always exploring’ a.k.a. Ruby Fuller left off on her contribution.
My adventure with Chipper started with my husband's obsession with finding a dog like Butch the pup that he had when he was a young man. Butch was so smart and Hubby thought he would get the same.
Are you susceptible to the scams phone call that are received daily, from “Com-pu-ter Central” to “The IRS has filed a law suit against you,” or "I'm calling from the Fraternal Order of Police."
This is an open letter to The Dallas Morning News to thank them for standing up for truth and the American people in the 2016 Presidential Election, and I for one am very grateful.
The challenge was a result LET-OUT in billybuc's Mail-bag. The question was whether he thought a good writer could make the most boring of subjects interesting. You can read his answer at: see below
Bill Holland (a.k.a. billybuc) has issued a Challenge to all Hubbers to write a short story/flash fiction. Bill I hope you do not mind that mine is written in rhyme.
Inspired by Frank Atanacio’s “That Thousand Yard Stare” and as I put a comment there I realize that would be the first lines of this poem about the homeless street minister and the feelings of dispair
The new Blood-Sport of the hunt for mistakes by Hillary Clinton, by and for the Republican party in an attempt to smack her down.
The investigation into the death of a teenage boy who died after drinking from a beer bottle that was clearly intended for someone else.
Inspired by William D. Holland – To billybuc and our Fellow Authors It seems to me that Bill (billybuc) was/is in a funk and to Bill I want to say “Thank You” for your “Pity Party” invite.
An open letter with my confession to the Coors Brewing Company: I am so sorry, I killed it.
After the abuse of a friend got out of hand and Linda the victim was not believed and could not get help and was even blamed for the break-up of her marriage...She was told "Go back and work it out!"
This is a tribute to Linda Martin, who passed away on the 31st of May. Some of her many friends gathered for a candle light vigil for Linda Martin in Peacock Park, near her home the following day.
A poem about the desire to win!
A young man of 15 dies after downing a Coors beer, and all my Hubber friends are challenged to solve this mystery, left purposely open ended for you to continue or end my story then link it here.
Photographer William Mat Brown's photos are so beautiful it is like the old saying "a picture is worth a thousand words" and William Mat Brown just said 10 picture's worth of word with this one.
My continuation to Frank Atanacio’s open-ended “Monsters-in-the-Trees” and I too have left the story of Jenny Camacho’s “Flight For Freedom” open ended, to be continued or a final end written.
How developers want to take out a 100 year old Pecan tree (our state tree) from a section of land that should be part of their landscaping, as Josh my young friend and neighbor pointed out.
The race is on for Presidential run for the White House 2016 and the Dark Horses that are running in their quest for the power they seek, caring not if it is all lies that they speak.
Marsh’s cat Kirby in his thoughts and words in a poem written for my friend Marsha.
Dan Rather describes his life in the news from how he got his nickname "Rags" to his being fired from CBS to becoming President of News and Guts Media, and his reaction to losing friends along the way
An open letter to terrorist, in a poem to tell them what most people think of them at least what I think of them. Inspired by Ruby Fuller (always exploring)
Answer to a fellow Hubber Genna East's challenge to write a poem of any kind expressing emotions prompted by the two videos shown in her hub "Of the Shadow and the Grey."
Flash Fiction Challenge - A little girl's dream of owning a Coffee house and how one man's anger could shatter her dream.
I wrote this poem many weeks ago, when Jo_Goldsmith11 started the new series Good Thoughts and lost it in my computer, when Donald chose his code name in last night's debate, reminded me.
A poignant memory of my mother and an orchid given to her by my brother. These are sad but good thoughts to add to the Project Good Thoughts, along the same lines as the "good words" project.
This is the 3rd in Project Good Thoughts a spin off of The Good Words project, and my tribute to singer Lynn Anderson. Rest in Peace Lynn, but don't stop singing.
Summary: This is a true story as I remember it of the last hoedown at my grandparent’s home. I will relate this story as I remember, and the incident I will relate in a poem.
First in the "Good Thoughts Project" created by Jo Goldsmith11, whose Goal is to help others improve their/our writing skills, similar to the Good Words Project.
Are the subliminal messages on the radio meant to draw us into a world of marketing schemes? Or are these ads teaching or tricking people into scamming our government? My response to these ads.
A short flash-fiction story with a poem in Answer to the challenge from a picture prompt by Bill Holland (a.k.a. billybuc) “The Door to Nowhere”
A bit of Flash Fiction combined with poetry, in answer to a writer’s challenge by Bill Holland (a.k.a. billybuc,) from the picture prompt of The Lone Sentinel.
Accomplish 52nd good word, I kept my promise to Jo Grace Goldsmith to write a poem for each good word she gave us weekly to practice living by, inspiration to fellow Hubbers to be the best writers.
51st word/poem in the "Good Words Project" of weekly poems for good words their meaning and how we should use them in our daily lives, words by Jo Goldsmith, poems by Shyron Shenko.
Potential -- 50th Good Word in the "Good Words Project." a project created by Joanna Goldsmith, (Jo_Goldsmith11) to inspire her/our fellow hubbers to be the best writers/authors/poets we could be.
The 49th Good Word in the "Good Words Project." created by Joanna Goldsmith, (Jo_Goldsmith11) to inspire her fellow hubbers to be the best, most beautiful writers/authors/poets we could be.
Perseverance-- 48th Good Word in the "Good Words Project." created by Jo "Grace" Goldsmith, to inspire her fellow hubbers to be the best writers/authors/poets we could be.
Sacrifice 47th Good Word in the "Good Words Project." created by Joanna Goldsmith, (Jo_Goldsmith11) to inspire her fellow Hubbers to be the best writers/authors/poets we could be.
46th Word - in the "Good Words Project" Created by Jo 'Grace' Goldsmith, to inspire fellow Hubbers to become the "Best" writers they can be. I promised I would write a poem for each word she gave us
45th Word - in the "Good Words Project" Created by Jo Grace Goldsmith, to inspire fellow Hubbers to become the "Best" writers they can be. I promised I would write a poem for each word she gave us
44th Word - in the "Good Words Project" Jo Goldsmith's project to inspire her fellow hubbers to become the "Best" writers/authors/poets we can be. I promised I would write a poem for each word.
43rd Word in the Good Words Project of Poems. I promised to write a poem for each "Word" that Jo provided Gentleness/Gentle-Self is one I had never heard before I looked it up and here is my poem.
John Hansen (Jodah) challenged his peers to write a short story or poem, using a random sentence. Here is my answer to John's challenge. Have you ever wondered which came first. Here I explain it.
Honor, 42nd Good Word from the Light to Love Good Words Project, created by Jo Goldsmith, to encourage herself and others to be the best that we can be.
Advocacy/Activism, words chosen for the Light 2 Love/Good Words Created by Jo Goldsmith, who gives us words to practice living by, to inspire fellow authors to become the writers we are meant to be.
A poem about the football game 1/18/2015 between the Colts and Patriots, where the Colts claim the Patriots were playing with deflated balls and blamed Tom Brady personally.
Friendship 40th Good Word in Jo Goldsmith’s Good Words Project, words Jo gives us weekly to live by. Jo’s calling is to promote and bring recognition to unknown writers to become the best we can be.
39th poem for the 39th Good Word in the project created by JoGraceGoldsmith I promised to write a poem for each of the good words.
Desire 38th Good Word in Jo Goldsmith’s Good Words Project, words she gives us weekly to live by, her calling to promote unknown writers to bring them recognition to become the best writers we can be.
The “Good Words Project” a creation of Jo_Goldsmith11, to inspire fellow Hubbers to be the best authors/poets we can be. Affirm, the 37th good word and I affirm my promise to write a poem for word.
The "Good Words" project, created by Jo_Goldsmith11, Jo gives us a good word each week to reflect on and practice living by, to help and inspire fellow hubbers, to become the best writers we can be.
The 34th "Good Words" project, created by http://hubpages.com/@jogoldsm, Jo gives us a good word each week to practice living by, I promised her to write a poem for each of the good words she gave us.
The 35th word in the "Good Words" project. When Grace Goldsmith created the Good words project I promised to write a poem for each of the good words this is the 35th in the project's series.
33rd word in the "Good Words" project. When Jo_Goldsmith11 told me about the project I promised to write a poem for each word of inspiration for our fellow Hubbers to learn the meaning and to live by.
Ruby (always exploring) inspired me to write this poem for her Winter's Bone Poem.
A writer's challenge was issued by Jennifer Arnett (Availiasvision) in her wonderful hub: "Take Me Somewhere: A Writer's Challenge."
The 32nd word in the "Good Words" project, originally created by Grace Goldsmith, who gaves us words to live by and to inspire fellow Hubbers, to become the best writers we can be.
Legacy 31st word in the "Good Words" project, created by JoGoldsmith11, by giving us words to live by in hopes of helping to inspire fellow hubbers, to become the best writers we can be.
Leadership 30th word in the "Good Words" Project, created by Jo_Goldsmith11, by giving us words to live by in hopes to help and inspire her fellow hubbers, to become the best writers we can be.
Charity 29th word in the "Good Words" Project, created by Jo "Grace" Goldsmith11, she gave us words to live in hopes to inspire her fellow Hubbers, to become the best writers/authors/poets we can be.
The Baton of 'Faith' article challenge has been passed on to me by my dear friend Ruby Fuller, known on HubPages (always exploring). I am profoundly honored by this challenge and I will do my best
Grace the 28th word in the "Good Words" Project, created by Jo_Goldsmith11, by giving us words to live by in hopes of helping to inspire her fellow hubbers, to become the best writers we can be.
Responsibility 27th word in the "Good Words" Project, created by Grace Goldsmith, to inspire fellow Hubbers, to become the best writers we can be and I promised to write a poem for each good word.
Accountability 26th word in the "Good Words" Project, created by Grace Goldsmith, by giving us words to live by to inspire fellow Hubbers, to become the best writers they can be.
25th word in the "Good Words" Project, created by Jo_Goldsmith11, to help fellow Hubbers, that we may enjoy their creativity of our fellow writers to inspire and bring recognition for their work.
A poem about how the Crow became my favorite Bird a few days ago, when I saw the compassion and caring they have for each other, it is more than some human beings.
24th Word in the Good Words Project, I promised to write a poem for each weekly word chosen by "Grace" Goldsmith for this project to support and encourage fellow Hubbers to be the best writer we can.
The "Good Word" Project, was created by Jo_Goldsmith11, to help our fellow Hubbers practice good words, with Dedication we strive to inspire, and bring recognition to unknown writers on this site.
I am Nibbling on Witch fingers and Munching on Green Cotton Candy. Do you know what I am eating?
The "Good Word" Project, created by Grace Goldsmith, to help fellow Hubbers to practice Encouragement and inspiration, to promote good will and to bring recognition to unknown writers on this site.
Jo, who has made it her mission to help un-known authors and beginning HubPages authors gain recognition for their writing ability, created the "Good Word" project and I promised a Poem for each word
This is a mixture of fact and fiction where after years of believing that she had Ménière's disease Jackie (not her real name) has finally learned that what she has is a Schwannoma and Ménière's.
This is a tribute to my father and a tribute to my dad. Happy Father's Day to my father (Silas), And a special Happy Father's Day to my Dad (Jim). You both contributed to my being who I am.
Patience, the 20th word in the "Good Word" project. Be patient with me as I continue to write a poem for each 'Good Word' given us each week, by fellow Hubber Jo Grace Goldsmith11. Thank you Jo!
Loyalty is the 19th word in the "Good Word," Project. A creation by Jo Grace Goldsmith. I will remain Loyal, I will not break my promise to her to write a poem for each word in this project.
To ward off the flu virus and, other diseases people used folk medicine remedies, medicine bags called 'Asphidity' bags (that is what my Aunt Hattie called her bag) worn pinned to her under garments.
Added to Can-You Ever-Go-Back which added to Ruby’s, added to Love Will Not Die, which was added to Jodah’s Story Without an End. Also The Examiner-1 wrote, Ending for "Story without an End"
I am persistence in writting a poem for a WORD given weekly by fellow author Jo_Goldsmith11, in her "Good Words Project." A word to practice living by that word's meaning.
Another short fictional add on, to continue Jodah's "Story Without an End." I have written another scenario to the saga to add to the story that John started..... Here it is John, ( Jodah.)
I made a promise to writing a poem for inspirational words given us weekly by fellow author Jo_Goldsmith11, in her "Good Words Project." A word to practice living by that word's meaning.
Short fictional add on, if you will, to follow Jodah's "Story Without an End." I accept the challenge to fellow hubber friends to add to the story that he started..... Here is mine Jodah.
Commitment - 16th in the "Good Words Project" - I am still committed to writing a poem for each word given weekly by Jo_Goldsmith11. Words to inspire us to practice and live by these words daily!
Compassion - 15th in the "Good Words Project" - I have pledge to write a poem for each word given weekly by Jo_Goldsmith11. Words to inspire us to practice and live by these words daily!
The "Good Words Project" are Words to live by and practice every day. I have not forgotten my pledge to write a poem for each "Word" given each week, Jo, forgive me for being late with this one.
Kindness - 13th word in the series of "Good Words' given by a fellow Hubber - I pledge to write a poem for each good word she gives us each week. --- Thanks to Jo_Goldsmith's " Good Words" project.
Understand - 12th word in the series of "Good Words' given by a fellow Hubber - I pledge to write a poem for each good word she gives us each week. --- Thanks to Jo_Goldsmith's "Good Words" project.
Forgiveness - the 11th word in the series of "Good Words' given by a fellow Hubber - I pledge to write a poem for each good word she gives each week. -- Thanks to Jo_Goldsmith's "Good Words" project.
The hell that my cousin Cherokeemom went through from being hit by a car to the torture, by a hospital before walking out of that hospital with a broken arm that had not been set or attended to.
This is my second verse to add to the other verses from other Hubbers, and my own (The One Who Laid April Here) who have joined in, to continue through the end of April
This is to follow Frank Atanacio's challenge to write a verse to continue his poem. I can only hope it lives up to Frank's expectations.
Joy - the 10th word in the series of "Good Words' given by a fellow Hubber - I pledged to write a poem for each good word she gave us each week. --- Thanks to Jo_Goldsmith's "Good Words" project.
Practice - the 9th word in the series of "Good Words' given by a fellow Hubber - I pledge to write a poem for each good word she gives us each week. --- Thanks to Jo_Goldsmith's "Good Words" project.
A limerick/poem about a silk plant given to me by a friend and how and why I was asked to take it home and what happened then.
This week 8 of the "Good Words" project created by Jo_Goldsmith11. These are words to live by, you can do it too if you give it try. I pledged to write a poem for each one, this one's also for you.
How a cousin my friend found out she has Cushing's syndrome and how this disease, has wreaked havoc on her life, and the effects it has had on her very being. Why is this disease so hard to diagnose?
Week 7 - Hope, is this week's word for Joanna Goldsmith's project "Good Words" each week, Jo gives us another word, for her readers to find inspiration, and put that word to use in thought and action.
Peace, 6th "Good Word" in the Good Words Project where each week, Jo "Grace" Goldsmith will give us another word, for her readers to find inspiration, and put that word to use in thought and action.
Energy - the 5th word in the series of "Good Words' given by a fellow Hubber - I pledge to write a poem for each good word she gives us each week. --- Thanks to Jo_Goldsmith's "Good Words" project.
The story and poem of a young singer’s desire to sing in a school talent show and one day sing on American Idol. It is a mixture of both fact and fiction.
I made a pledge to write a poem for each word in Jo_Goldsmith11's "Good Words" project This week the word is strength, the hardest one for me yet, so I must get set, to write a poem you can't forget.
Inspiration 3rd Word in the "Good Word" Project - Inspired by HubPage Authors - A tribute to My Hubber Friends
I have been inspired over and over again by all my HubPage friends, inspired to write and write again. Inspired by this inspiration week 3, courtesy of Jo_Goldsmith11, who is giving us good words.
How my purchast on E-Bay, caused me to question their guaranteee. When I purchased an inoperative keyboard and E-Bay did not want to take it back and refund my money.. etc. Written in rhyme.
True story of a family is growing in their faith, and their daughter Faith is growing in love. The continuing saga of a family regaining Faith after the tragic loss of A Precious glimmer Hope
Poem of words for a project by a fellow Hubber friend and I will promised to write a poem for each word she gave us each week, and the first is Love!
If you have a taste for a piece of Cake and don't have a cake to take a piece from, you can quickly mix up a cupcake right in a coffee mug and it only takes a few minutes. So..I mixed one up to enjoy.
A Christmas Gifts for a Special Little Boy - I Did Not Know Choosing a Christmas Gift Could Be So Much Fun!
Where do you find a special gift of joy for such a special little boy? With so many relatives, surely he will have one of every single toy.
It hurts when you see that someone is searching for their Mother and don't know what to do. When I saw this posted on FaceBook I decided to write a poem to help Georgette find her birthmother.
A poem of the history of the hatred and attempted destruction of a President and my answer to the question 'What is you favorite quote?'
Surviving Accident-Prone Children - My Accident-Prone Children Survived to Adults (Chapter 3, updated 8/9/2015)
I was reluctant, but agreed to allow my son to visit for the summer. Although at age 16 Wally, once he got to Texas he wanted to stay, and he and my brother persuaded me. So I gave my permission.
Chapter 2, How to Survive Accident-Prone Children? How do your Children Survive being Accident-Prone
How do you survive, how do you help your children survive, an appendectomy, getting hit with a baseball, cuts, bruise and concussions? I know, this sounds like all children go through this?
How do You Survive Accident-Prone Children? How do your Children Survive being Accident-Prone (Part 1)
How do you survive, and how do you help your children survive, whooping cough, cuts, bruises, getting lost and the everyday hazards of active children? I know, this sounds like all children go through this. But I felt like mine went through more than most.
An article I read today, from January 1996 could have been written yesterday; about the government shutdown instead it was during the government shutdowns of President Clinton's presidency.
The Good Old Boys of the GOP-Wanting to take our President out to sea - to drown him is scandals - Like Benghazi - and disparage Democrats from trying for the presidency.
About 50 miles north of Birmingham, is Cullman, Alabama, an exquisitely landscaped park, hewn out of the walls of a quarry on the grounds of St. Bernard Abbey, is the city of Jerusalem, in the USA.
If President Obama elects to strike Syria with or without the approval of the Congress, with or without the approval of the people of the United States. He will be criticized, no matter what he does.
Tiny Mollusk, (Dreissena polymorpha), better known as zebra mussels have invaded the streams, rivers and fresh water lakes of the United States of America and established a foot hold here in Texas.
About nine months ago I read an article in The Dallas Morning News about ‘Nature’s Most ‘Perfect’ Food Stuns Diabetes Researchers in Landmark Human studies.
How does Darrell Issa Benefit from the privatization of the United States Post Office (Special updates 2014)
The Promise of the USPS for more than 231 years has been that no matter who or where, every person in the United States has the right to equal access secure, efficient, and affordable mail service.
When buying a new home, you never know what comes with it, be it inside or outside, and no instructions on how to deal with them.
My friend Maureen asked me to pray for her daughter Maria, pray that she gets her little girl... Faith. I thought Maria is pregnant until I read Maria's note of thanks to everyone for their prayers.
Why is inline speed skating, considered less of a sport than speed skating on ice? Are the inline speed skaters considered less of an athlete?
Ted Cruz wants to abolish or get rid of the IRS - For most Conservative Politicians, paying as few, or ideally no taxes ever, seems to be a lifetime goal no matter what it costs to achieve that goal.
How I Learned to Make Polish Cabbage Rolls: Golumpki: a Tribute to Alice Who Taught Me Her Specialty dish
Before we were married, my fiancé took me to meet his mother. His mother, Alice had prepared dinner for us, her specialty dish.
The theme is the opening of a library: This Morning, I heard Laura Bush say of the George W. Bush Library, they just wanted people to see how difficult it is to make decisions, as President of the United States.
My quest to find Giardiniera, a kind of hot pepper relish that is an absolute must on an Italian Beef Sandwich. Giardiniera is also good on hot dogs and any cold cuts sandwich, or to eat right out of the jar.
The e-mail says: "Hollywood is Liberal" but I never hear who, is it Jessica Simpson, Clint Eastwood, Chuck Norris, Jon Voight? This info is in an e-mail. But who are these Hollywood Liberal?
For years I was researching, how George W. Bush got away with the things he got away with, and why he was never questioned. Not even his AWOL record during a time of war. The Vietnam war. Treason?
Once upon a time "Paul Ryan said TransCanada's pipeline would receive approval on Day One in a Romney administration." "We need to unlock the energy we have in this country to create jobs" he said.
When I was a little girl, I lived with my grandparents on their farm along with my two brothers and three cousins. I did not know dog breeds other than bloodhounds and Trixie was not a bloodhound.
The debt ceiling: Does the Congress want to default? Is this can being kicked down the road to give the G.O.P/Tea Party more time to work on destroying Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid?
How I almost drown in the Blue Hole (I don't know if that was really the name of the pool that was on a neighbors property where we kids and some adults went swimming), and how I almost drowned.
I keep hearing some republicans referring to "Obama's apology tour." And I read a statement "Bush 'NEVER' apologized or bowed to another country."
I was invited by one of my friends by e-mail to a card party. I accepted the invitation. I knew that most of the guests are republican, but I vote for the person not the party. And from the conversation I felt like some of these guests had decides to browbeat me into believing what they were...
A dangerous chase while on vacation. Mom and Dad both had a two week vacation and, when they picked-up me and my brothers from our grandparents. We were going to drive (Dad was going to drive) across the country and he had a list of places to see, before we went to live with them in South Bend,...
The perks for working for a newspaper, are more than a salary. There are the people you meet and the experiences, like meeting Tony Stewart and Buddy Lazier at Texas Motor Speedway, Buddy was the winner of the Indy 500 in 1996, But my favorite is meeting and becoming friends with Maurine...
Christmas day 2012, my brother and I were remising about when we were kids. I had not thought about what happen on a day worse than my “Bad Hair Day,” until my brother mentioned his scar.
Mr. Jake Tapper said that President Obama had the opportunity to continue the "Assault Weapons ban" from President Clinton. That is not true. The "ban" expired in 2004, I do believe Bush was President, at that time!
How my family went from living on a farm, to South Bend Indiana to California to living in a house with paranormal activity.
It is said that 20 states have filed petitions to secede from the United States. Maybe they can secede and leave with Newt Gingrich to colonize the moon. They would have their secession and we would be better off.
A poem, written for my friend Maureen, who lost her only grandchild, 8 days old. A Precious Glimmer of Hope!
How the Tea Party is faring? Are they losing seats. And what it means to the rest of us. No ending Obama Care/AHCA, end the "Bush Tax Cuts" for the rich, and no cuts to Medicare and Social Security.
Ann Romney equates serving on a Mormon Missions the same as serving in the United States armed forces. And, she wants her husband and sons to serve in the White House?
How the Romney family invested in e-voting machines, like the Debolt e-voting machines that helped GWB get re-elected to a second term. Did the Romney family invest in these machined for insurance?
Did You Vote For Romney Because You Believed In His Policies? But, What Policies? (update See: Romney's Ironing Board)
This hub is about Romney's none existent policies, and his disdane for the majority of the American people, and what he planed to do to us had he been elected.
This search for the truth of the first of the Presidential debates for 2012. What is the truth and why was the liar not called out?
Did Mitt Romney Really Suggest That Iran Attack Chicago? (Update) Will he still suggest this in 2016?
Secret video shows what Romney thinks of people he considers inferior to himself. The video that was discovered by the Grand son of Jimmy Carter and given to Mother Jones magazine, to make public.
I feel that Mitt Romney was using the murder of 4 Americans to say that President Obama was not doing a good job on foreign policy. Would Mr. Romney take us to war with Iran? (WMD?)
A total hip replacement, post surgery. From the hospital to walking again. With hip precautions. I hope this will help anyone who will go through this surgery, and let them know it will get better.
This hub is about voter suppression and votes denied. If a person is in a Red State votes Democratic, will the vote count. If the person in a Blue State votes Republican, will their vote count?
This is how I went from an auto accident to a hip replacement. I am counting the days until my surgery. I understand that If I do not have the operation, I will end up in a wheelchair.
Could Michele Bachmann's careless accusations agains a staff member of the State Department cause another shooting, like the one that took place in Arizona, when Gabby Giffords was shot? Is her hatred for Muslims such that she would cast aspersions on someone, without proof positive? What does...
Debunking an e-mail that claims George W. Bush was blamed for what Barack Obama is to blame for and all the bad things that GWB did in his last two years.
Tea Party Hero, Joe Walsh made it official: He Ran Against, (a real Hero) Tammy Duckworth in Illinois, And Lost!
How Joe Walsh used negative ads to smear and denigrate Tammy Duckworth, A National War Hero, and it cost him the elcction.
The outhouse story of March 6, 2012. How I re-read this and had it turn my stomach, the dis-respect for our White House and the presidential position.
Be careful what you vote for, you just might get it. Remember: You can fool some of the people all the time. And all the people some of the time. But you cannot fool all the people all of the time!
How could anyone think that a corporate raider would have make a good president? How could anyone vote for a man who will not tell you what he will do for our country? Only what he will end.
Question, Did Hilary Rosen need to apologize to Ann Romney? If so, why? Should Wolf Blitzer, have left Hilary Rosen alone?
How my search for a Religious Magazine led me to an article about, miracles, moving statues, and memories. And a statue of Jesus that felt warm to the touch had a heart beat, and Rosary turned gold.
Fighting fire ants, and the danger if you are alergic to their venom. 3/18/2013 They are back again. What to do?
True story of how I learned to drive a 4 on the floor and the problem and solution to getting a driver's license. How I qualified my husband's hot-rod at US30 drag strip in Gary, Indiana.
When trying a new underwear sample, and I went to sleep wearing them I had a terrible nightmare, and wondered if this could have been the cause.
I know that it was divine intervention that helped my husband off the post he was impaled on, and getting impaled in the first place the way that he did is what saved his life.
A poem, written for Mom, when she was sent from the hospital to rehab, after an illness, and the sadness that she felt.
How Mama, protected her family, from a potential rapist. I say rapist, because he (the prowler) was intent on breaking into our house when we were there, knowing my dad was away in service.
How to keep squirrels out off the bird feeder How hubby protected the birdfeeder from the squirrels. Now he misses the squirrels, who were playing 'Dare games' with me.
How buying a first car can put a person at risk for all kinds of problems...and adventures.
A poem, written by my mother for my brother's 35th wedding anniversary. I don't know about the tattoo, but my brother and his wife did have to have parental consent.
This is an example of Murphy's law, if anything can go wrong it probably will or like the old saying 'when it rains it pours.'