|A Season of Distress|
|The world is filled with complexities, ever changing so we no longer have a sense of peace or security. Filled with evil doings with the ultimate goal to control so enter the New World Order, One World Money system, the do as I say not as I do mentality. Political corruption has destroyed justice and truth to control the masses of people with the lies they spew at election time. |
Sunday, March 30, 2014
|Points for Your Joints: Understanding Arthritis and Rheumatology|
“Arthritis” is the term for several types of diseases and conditions that affect the joints. Rheumatology involves preventing, diagnosing and treating different types of arthritis and other autoimmune conditions that result from a faulty immune system.
It’s estimated that about 1 percent of the U.S. population has rheumatoid arthritis (RA), the most common inflammatory joint disease. This autoimmune disorder causes inflammation of the lining of the joints that produces pain, swelling, stiffness, and difficulties performing normal and simple activities. This disease can also affect other organs such as the skin, eyes, lungs, heart, blood vessels and nerves, turning into a systemic disease. When someone has RA, his or her immune cells mistakenly target healthy joints and tissue.
Saturday, February 15, 2014
|Thefts on the Rise|
|Yesterday, my purse and all my personal belongings and a beloved red scarf were stolen from my van, which was sitting in my very own driveway. We have lived at our residence for 15 years, this is our first violation! It is a violation. I am pleading to all who hear my voice, if you see a beige purse, with bright red/yellow flowers on it, retrieve it. |
Monday, February 10, 2014
|President addresses concerns surrounding John de la Howe school|
When a French immigrant named Dr. John de la Howe died in 1797 in what is today McCormick County, he directed that his holdings be used to establish a school to care for twelve poor boys and twelve poor girls.
In its long and rich history, John de la Howe School has served as a school dedicated to educating children in agricultural matters, and for many years as an orphanage to provide shelter, education and industrial training to the children of South Carolina. In 1918, the school became an agency of the state of South Carolina, and for almost a quarter of a century now, John de la Howe School has served as a refuge for the “at-risk children” of South Carolina, providing them a safe place to heal, grow and make lasting changes.
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
|Lice in Ninety Six Schools|
I am a very concerned parent. Before the Thanksgiving holiday my children came home from school with lice. I treated them over the holiday and rechecked before they returned to school. Two weeks later they came home and said a child on the bus had lice I rechecked and they had it again. I treated them and rechecked them a week later. Contacted the school and informed them. |
Saturday, January 25, 2014
|Gods grace and mercy has been extended far beyond anything He needed to do because He loves us. I read a statement: family values begin with Gods virtues, yet the decline of family values over the years has recently taken a rapid downward spiral, because people allow the world to dictate how they live, what they believe rather than Gods word, The world generates very little interest in what God has to say, what interest there is runs shallow like a creed about to run dry rather than a deep clear pristine lake.|
Thursday, January 16, 2014