April is a month of new beginnings. Birds are coming back from the warm climate and we’re awakening in the morning to beautiful tunes. Easter flowers are blooming — tulips, redbud trees and dogwood trees. April is a wonderful month for awakening. April also is a good month to think about forgiveness.
Sarah Anthony has a sweet business operation. Literally.
Anthony, of Hodgenville, owns Sugar Fashion Cakes, which offers cakes and cupcakes to customers with an emphasis on custom orders. Cakes can be sculpted in shapes ranging from a doctor’s medical bag to the iconic dogs playing poker scene.
But I have such a difficult time letting my 3-year-old boy just be a 3-year-old boy.
He’s silly and rambunctious and I love all of that about him. But as his mother, it’s my job to rein him in when I can. To keep him from jumping off the arm of the sofa or to keep him from hanging the upper half of his body out the open window of his upstairs bedroom.
Do you ever find yourself thinking there are not enough hours in the day to get done what you need to do? Do you sometimes think maybe we have run out of time and will not complete all the tasks set before us? Do you sometimes feel times have changed as far as how we deal with each other as a society?
It is March and it looks like spring is finally here. Most of us will welcome the season with some type of spring cleaning. As a home stager I have written several articles on how to clean your house for spring. Today I would like to focus on internal cleaning, more of the personal kind.
Hortensia Mayer left her hometown of San Francisco Morazán, El Salvador, in 1979 just before civil war broke out, beginning a journey that brought her to teach in Elizabethtown.
Mayer teaches Spanish at St. James Catholic Regional School. It has been 33 years — and many travels — since she married a Peace Corps volunteer, came to the United States and learned English on her own.