This week I am sharing more of a ‘brain teaser’ than a riddle. This was sent to me as an example of a brain study. Apparently, if you can read this, you have a strong mind – that isn’t code for stubborn.
More than five years has passed since U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy passed away at his home in Cape Cod. Tomorrow, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute will open next door to the JFK Presidential Library in Dorchester. The Institute includes a … Continue reading →
Bored with your gym routine and looking for some inspiration? Be innovative and FUN with the way in which you play and exercise and you’ll want to do it more! Like what you’ve read? Share these posts with your friends … Continue reading →
Although Aaron Schock gave his farewell speech to a mostly empty House of Representatives last week, tomorrow is his last day serving in the U.S. Congress. Earlier this month, he announced his resignation after a series of scandals regarding misappropriation … Continue reading →
This weekend Indiana’s Governor Mike Pence seemed to be everywhere justifying the “religious freedom” bill he signed into law. He continually denied that this bill was designed to intentionally discriminate against the LGBT community. I agree with GLAAD, Governor Mike … Continue reading →