Friday, October 16, 2009

Several Candidates attend HUNTSVILLE Republican Barbecue

Roy Moore and Bill Johnson attended the Barbecue.  State Representative Mike Ball (also a Republican) got the crowd fired up, when he stated, "Democrats are scared to death".  What, actually, are the Democrats scared to death of, Mike?  It would be nice to have you weigh in, and inform our readers of what you believe the Dems are afraid of. 

Nancy Worley's 2 year case STILL not decided..

Chief Justice Sue Bell Cobb had to appoint another judge to the 3 Judge Panel on the Court of Criminal Appeals to help them arrive at a decision as to whether Former Secretary of State Nancy Worley's Felony charges should have been thrown out or not.

Thursday, October 15, 2009 you celebrate it?

Here is a link about Halloween.  I know that people get caught up in the excitement of trick or treating, and some churches go out and collect canned goods for the poor and needy (which I used to do years ago in Virginia, for Halloween).  However, I also know that right after Halloween is over, the flus start setting in, and kids get sick from eating so much candy. 

What I'm talking about is the pagan aspect of Halloween.  I think it's a great idea that a lot of churches offer programs for children to keep them off of the streets. 

The history of Halloween dates back 2000 years ago,  in Ireland.  Halloween is an ancient "Celtic" festival of Samhain.  They lived in Ireland, The United Kingdom, and France.  Instead of celebrating the new year on January 1, the Celts celebrated it (Samhain) November 1st.  October 31st, they believed in ghosts,  "when it was believed that the ghosts of the dead returned to earth. In addition to causing trouble and damaging crops, Celts thought that the presence of the otherworldly spirits made it easier for the Druids, or Celtic priests, to make predictions about the future". . 

What are your beliefs about Halloween?  Do you feel it is safe for the kids?  Do you let your kids go trick or treating?  Do you go trick or treating with them?  Do you have a special CHURCH EVENT that you would like others to know about?  Just let me know about your event, and I'll be glad to post it here.  Have a safe month!

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Prattville Police Department is ON THE JOB! Kudos to you!

Here is a link provided by  concerning crime in the city of Prattville.  I have to applaud the Prattville Police Department for their endeavors to get crime off the streets.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009


Okay, this granny CERTAINLY had spunk!  She was tased TWICE by a Texas Constable and still has her sense of humor intact! 

Matt Lauer interviewed  Great Granny,  Kathryn  Winkfein on the TODAY show,  and got some pretty humorous comments out of Kathryn. 

It all started when the 72 year old granny, (only 4' 11") was stopped for going 60 mph in a 45 mph construction zone.  When the Sheriff's Constable asked "granny" to sign the ticket promising to be in court, she shot back with, "Take me to jail. Go on, take me to jail — a 72-year-old woman!”  Things got out of hand after that.  The constable threatened to tase her, so good ole spunky granny said, "“Go ahead, Tase me!”  Well, HE DID.  (TWICE).    "Granny" sued, and settled out of court for $40,000. 

What I thought was cute, was when Matt lauer asked "Granny" if she might have been a little bit argumentive with the constable, she replied, "“I told what I remembered,”...“When he Tased me and kept it on and it threw me to the ground, that erased all memory".  what a hilarious Grandma!

Monday, October 12, 2009


I got a good laugh out of this article, because I could certainly see this it has happened to me with a specific person.  (and she knows who she is).  I hope you aren't hounded by family members on your Facebook who want to invade your every facet of life.  Here's the link...ENJOY!|htmlws-main|dl5|link3|