November

By Rosie Moore November is our middle child in the family of months during the year. The ghosts, witches, and goblins are nestled away in their coven of October, which lends room to the dreary, cold days that accompany  us on the way to brighter days in the near future. But wait! November isn’t as […]

Veterans Day in America

By Ralphine Major ralphine3@yahoo.com It is a day set aside to honor America’s veterans.  Veterans Day 2015 will be celebrated with parades, holiday sales, and many restaurants offering free meals for veterans.  It is touching to see children hugging parents returning from service and heart wrenching to see families mourning those who sacrificed all.  Yet, […]

Bits and Pieces

By Rosie Moore When I was a young girl my favorite place to be was at my Aunt Sophie and Uncle David’s home (actually they were my great aunt and uncle but that didn’t matter to me). They lived outside  of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in a suburb called Paxton which actually was just a  few houses […]

A Phenomenal Woman

By Rosie Moore How many people do you know that are phenomenal? Not many, I would guess. But what does phenomenal mean? In the dictionary it is described as a rare occurrence. So, a phenomenal woman would be a “rare” woman, wouldn’t you say? Which comes down to the fact that I don’t know many […]

Are there angels?

By Rosie Moore Of course there are. They are mentioned in the Bible hundreds of times. In the book of Revelations their main purpose was to sit around the throne of God, and make proclamations in loud voices. But, are there angels here on earth? Yes, they are personified as kindly members in the world […]

English Idioms

By Rosie Moore Every language has its own collections of wise sayings. They offer advice about how to live and also transfer some underlying ideas, principles and values of a given culture. These sayings are called “idioms.” I saw a friend a few days ago and she asked why I wasn’t at church for a […]

Autumn Thoughts

By Rosie Moore It is that time of the year again. Nestled between the torrid days of summer and the icy days of winter is an autumnal time to relax, enjoy and be amazed by the riotous colors of the season. You are a thousand winds that blow You are a diamond glint in the […]

Remember Groucho?

By Rosie Moore Groucho Marx was born on October 2, 1890 in New York City. His real name was Julius Henry and he was the third of five brothers which included Harpo, Leonard, Zeppo, and Gummo. He received his colorful nickname from a fellow vaudeville performer named Art Fisher because of his  colorful personality. He […]

Happy Birthday, Everyone!

By Rosie Moore   Since the beginning of time, everyone who has been born has to remember the date. Adam and Eve probably didn’t remember the date but I know they remembered the day when God made Adam from dust and Eve was made from Adam’s rib. It has to be remembered that they were […]

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

By Rosie Moore In this day and age it seems as if everyone in the world is busy taking pictures, of everyone, of themselves. Well, why not, it’s so easy to do, just hold your phone and click. But the pictures we are taking today do not compare with the ones that were taken down […]