Monthly Archives: August 2010

Spreading Good News (Part 5)

On Friday, August 20, three-year-old Alesaundra Tafoya of Northern California, walked two blocks to the local firehouse that she and her parents pass every day to tell firefighters that her dad was “frozen” and wouldn’t wake up.  Her parents had taught … Continue reading

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Spreading Good News (Part 4)

Here’s some good news about the Credit CARD (Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure) Act of 2009.  President Obama signed it into law, and it became effective on February 22, 2010.  I haven’t seen it explained so clearly before. Key … Continue reading

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Spreading Good News (Part 3)

Well, the good news is coming in slowly.  Didn’t receive any “good news” e-mails today. I’ll keep spreading the word and pray that others are doing the same.  I’m sure that soon I’ll have lots and lots of “good news” … Continue reading

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Spreading Good News (Part 2)

Good news. . . DAVETTE HARVEY of Marietta, GA, passed her “Writing for Research” course and is now in the dissertation process at Argosy University in Atlanta, GA.  Davette will soon have her Ph.D. in higher education.  Congratulations, Davette! While visiting … Continue reading

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Spreading Good News (Part 1)

This is a record for our family, and we are VERY proud to have three–yep, three–young adults starting college this month!!  In order of age, congratulations to. . . My granddaughter, Whitney Fant, who’s attending Xavier University in New Orleans, LA.  … Continue reading

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People to People (Part 2)

What do you do when you see or hear a family member or friend disrespect someone? Do you ignore it, or do you bring it to their attention? What about the children in your family and the children of your … Continue reading

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People to People (Part 1)

Will the day ever come when we recognize and respect each other’s humanity, each other’s God-given rights–regardless of skin color, religion, sexual orientation, financial status, etc., etc., etc? What can we do, as individuals, to make it happen? ************** For … Continue reading

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