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Thought of the Week
There are 3 choices in life one can make; Give up, Give in, or give it your all! What’s your choice 2-day? T. Robbins, thank you Leonie Keith.
“Believe those who are seeking the truth; Doubt those who find it.” Thank You, Doug Patton
Word of the Week
Pertaining to fields or the country; rural; rustic.
The funniest and most agrestic of all his paintings were, undoubtedly, the cows.
Grass plants possess an agrestic simplicity that probably connects them, at some level of mind, with wholesome grain and the restorative country life. Source Doctor Dictionary.
Hey, Pamela Brown-Matthis It’s your birthday! Happy Birthday to you!
Hey, Vernishia Morgan over at Sam’s Club. I love that you are attending Career College to become a Medical Coding Specialist. I believe in young. I know that ya’ll will get it together and turn this world around to make this world a better place. Keep advancing that next generation. I love it!
Our prayers go out to Devon Reid and family on the passing of his mother, Joycelyn Simmons. Devon, when a child loses their mom, it is the saddest because we have lost unconditional love and acceptance no matter what. Yes, it will be hard, but you hold tight to the years of love that you were able to share and keep living life knowing she is in a better place and that her spirit will always be with you. Love ya!
Our prayers go out to Wyman Winston and family on the passing of his sister, Theaster Winston. We think of our siblings as sisters, brothers, best friends, yet we have our days where we truly disagree. But even in disagreements we always find our way back to each other finding that place to always be sisters/brothers and best friends. I know you and your sister had a close relationship and you will miss her dearly. You have our prayers and condolences.
August 17, 2012 //
Question of the week: "Recently two former Negro Baseball League stars were honored by the Milwauk...
July 31, 2012 //
Dr. Camara P. Jones, research director on Social Determinants of Health and Equity, Divi...