Once upon a time, I had a blog and on it, I often wrote about the ridiculous church signs I would see.
To tattoo or not to tattoo, that is the question. For me, the answer was the former. Twice, even.
March 20 is the official first day of spring, but looking around us, the plants and animals didn’t wait.
Something needs to change, Arkansas.
Once upon a time, in a mythical time long ago known as “the ’90s,” I remember being warned about tattoos.
As your constituent, I want to voice my concern over your open letter to Iran. I find it troubling on several fronts.
Thankfully, Tina Fey’s new comedy The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, debuted on Netflix last Friday, taking all of the insanity and quirk from 30 Rock and combining it with the blinding optimism that made Parks & Rec such a pleasure to watch until the very end.
I need to start by apologizing to everyone I may or may not have called a lying bastard about spring being on the way.
Despite the new-sounding name, Reducetarianism is just giving a label to an old practice. Its appeal is that not everyone is able or willing to eat zero meat and animal products, but reducing portion sizes or eliminating meat from one or more meals per week is easy to do.
It was another successful season for the Friends of Hobbs Eagle Watch Cruises on Beaver Lake, where, for just $10, this writer was lucky enough to see her first wild Bald Eagles.