Oh, not intentionally!
I was at the radio station, and Kim, Clint and I were talking to Mike on the speaker phone, about the upcoming 9/11 tribute event that firefighters from all over the country will come to Nashville to take part in.
Someone finally found the pot at the end of the rainbow.
I always thought it was a pot of GOLD!
I've found a new role model: Epictetus.
A fellow who's been dead for a long, long time!
Here's what Wikipedia says about him:
By Jack Sommars
Benjamin Hart, DVM, PhD, who has studied animal behavior for almost 50 years, says that's one of the questions he hears most frequently from pet owners. Until recently, veterinarians like Hart could only speculate on the reason. Common theories included: The pet must be sick and needs to vomit. Or perhaps there is something wrong with his diet. But according to new research by Hart and his colleagues at the University of California–Davis, neither of these answers appears to be correct.
A 2,000-calorie-a-day diet should have no more than 66 grams of fat, less than 20 grams saturated; 2,400 milligrams of sodium; and 300 grams of total carbohydrates, including sugars.
Health.com has put together a list of the 25 Diet-Busting foods you should never eat. See them HERE
I found one!
Every so often, I run across a site that feeds my soul. I find sayings, quotes, positive thoughts and affirmations that get me through rough spots in life.
One of my new favorites, that I go back to every few days, is this one: