My husband is not typically a guy who shows his emotions readily, but when I recently used the phrase “it is what it is” to describe a situation he spoke up – loud and clear. “I hate that phrase”, he said. “Too often it is used by people who are too lazy to know what it is and turn it into what it should be.” Unfortunately for my husband, he gets this a lot in his line of work from employees who simply do not want to tackle a difficult situation.
While working a live benefit auction this week, a charitable non profit organization was selling a book that was signed by the author. Since the value of the book was insignificant and the author was unknown, it was not appropriate for a live auction. It was just a book. However, the organization requested that I sell it anyway.
Ms. Schacht is an Oakland-based culinary writer and consultant who has recently published a new book, I Scream SANDWICH!. Additionally, she runs her own charitable non profit organization, Schachts & Associates, which aids in funding to health and human services organizations via grant proposals.
OFinding new goals -. Now that you have some time on your hands, really think about your goals and aspirations. What is it that you want to accomplish in your life? Has your dreams changed since you were a teenager? Do you still have the same interests that you did 20 years ago? How can you make your dreams become a reality?
Dr. Flynn was Filina’s attending physical during her struggle. She’d scheduled an appointment to determine the cause of her chronic sore throat and swollen lymph nodes and walked out of the office with the bad news: Her white blood cells (lymphocytes) were afflicted with cancer.
Let this column unequivocally state that Holley, New York’s values are just plain wrong! The last thing we want to see is encouragement for kids and adults alike to kill innocent animals and carry a killer’s mentality throughout society. Change your thinking Holley and join the twenty-first century.
Dogs are man’s best friend – dogs serve in the military, dogs work to help people who have visual, hearing or other physical handicaps, dogs act as therapy assistants and they act as our companions and guardians. It is our responsibility to make sure they behave properly as members of our communities.