We've know for decades that the French are more healthy than Americans despite a diet that is rich, sweet & filled with all sorts of "bad" things. The question has always been why ... what is it about the French that make them healthier despite the rich diets? For that matter, most of Europe is healthier than America ... why?
The Romans were fond of saying that red wine would help cure all sorts of ailments. The new research would indicate the Romans were onto something. Researchers have
While 2008 was a crappy year, I have hope that 2009 will be better. My hope is not in who is in the White House; what laws are written; who is on the Supreme Court; what interest rates do; employment numbers. None of that or anything else impacts my hope in any way, shape, form or fashion.
My hope is in the power of the resurrected Christ.
I don't know what heaven is like, though I know enough to know that what most people think about heaven is more Pagan than Biblical. I'm not even sure
Yes, I know the title of the post is not grammatically correct but --- hey --- it communicates.
So my oldest, Jeremy, is home from Berry College for the summer. Sure, he's been home for a month now but I've been busy (don't ask; details to follow) & haven't had time to blog about anything. Great to have him home. He is nearly 20 now & had grown in maturity so much. He's always been more mature than other kid his age, but now I can really see it. More mature than I was at 20. Good hea
And this has been a whole week of 'em.
Really, I'm just tired.
Last weekend we buried my wife's grandmother, one of the sweetest ladies I've ever had the chance to know. Then I got the court summons to testify in a child abuse case (I hope those kids get out of that Hades they've had to put up with.) Left for NY on Wednesday, only to miss my flight due to a full parking lot at the Atlanta airport & a 30 minute security wait.
I should have gotten some things finished while in NY b