Snack Master

 Anyone that knows me well knows that I am always fighting the battle of the bulge, and the double chin and the bat wings of upper arms and the muffin top which in my case is more of a baker’s dozen of muffins! It’s okay that I am always trying to kee … [Read more...]

A U-Turn Is Needed

Today’s church is so busy trying to be relevant that it’s leaving many of the teachings and truths of the Bible behind. Leonard Revenhill said, “Before the Church arises to shake the world, some obscure truth of God arises to shake the churc … [Read more...]

Can Nevada lawmakers correctly introduce energy choice?

Let’s get one thing straight, the Energy Choice Initiative — Question 3 — on the November ballot is not deregulation of the electricity market. It would replace Nevada’s regulated energy monopoly with a regulated competitive energy market. It would … [Read more...]

Hate is a terrible thing

Hate is a terrible thing and it has become pervasive in our society.  Everywhere some are showing hate for our President through words and even actions. Elected representatives of the people are calling for violence against people who are working for … [Read more...]

Suits Me To A Tea

My favorite meal to eat out is breakfast. Just something about having someone else make the hash browns, eggs and bacon and then do the cleaning up afterwards is like a great gift to me. Don’t get me wrong, lunch and dinner out will not be turned d … [Read more...]

Hotel Etiquette

Etiquette…it’s a code of polite behavior within social settings in a particular profession or group. Human behavior varies though, as it stems from our genetics and is influenced through our core values, ethics, culture and attitudes. Genes are def … [Read more...]

This week in history July 26-Aug. 1

July 26, 1917:  Military Draft completed Friday in Washington. DC. List of Clark County Men Drawn in the first 2000 numbers which will be called, from which the First Army of 687,000 will be selected. Some of the men from this area called to serve … [Read more...]

BLM rule change doesn’t signal wild horse slaughter

Wild horse advocates are apoplectic over a change in rules for selling off wild horses recently announced by the Trump administration’s Bureau of Land Management, saying it could lead to the animals being sold for slaughter. In 2013, after l … [Read more...]

Road Trip!

Mrs. Making-Sentences and I are on vacation. As we were in preparations, you know; donating the newspaper delivery to the local school, seeing that the cats are well cared for, putting a hold on the mail, and informing the neighbor it’s time to repay … [Read more...]

The Circus of Life

Occasionally everyone you or I know will have a run of unluckiness. You know, a flat tire along a hot highway on a vacation where your four kids all come down with the stomach flu. While trying to get into shape you crash your bike into the … [Read more...]