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Madi West Virginia Gymniks 2011

Take a look!! Madi’s on the road competing in West Virginia at a Gymniks gymnastics tournament.

Look’n good Madi !!

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Maxine On The New Health Care

I received the following “insight” from my sister-in-law via my wife this morning. I just had to share.

Happy Birthday Mom

For many folks in the Midwest and east, this is “digging out day”. Snow, ice, sleet, rain, wind… we’ve had or are having it all. In fact, enough already! But it’s not over. Right now in Cincinnati it is 28 degrees and I can hear my deck furniture blowing around outside because the wind gusts are 40 miles per hour. We had our furnace fixed a couple of weeks ago. Whew!! It was refusing to turn on. The poor thing was complaining that it had a pressure switch problem. Go figure. It seems the problems never end during the winter. At least we’re not Puxsutawney Phil. Can you image getting pulled out of your nice warm bed only to get thrust into weather like this just to see if you can see your shadow!! Are you kidding??

My mother was born on Ground Hog day in 1912 ninety-nine years ago. She always liked having her birthday on a fun national event. It was special to her, and she was very special to me. Mom was always busy when I was a kid. Farm life was tough. There was always something that needed doing, and very little time to get it all done. From very early in the morning to late in the evening, Mom’s hands were busy. The best part was when her hands tucked me in at night and she took time to listen to my prayers, or when those cool loving hands of hers held me when I was sick or hurt and made everything all better. There was always time for love. She took care of us all. Happy birthday, Mom! Miss you!