Ever feel overwhelmed by whatever circumstances you are dealing with? So often, we have questions that we want answered, but never know where to go to get the answers to those questions. The one place you can look for some of your answers is in your local library’s self-help books.
I’m old school. I believe in complete sentences. I enjoy sprinkling punctuation throughout my writing in appropriate measure. 4 is just a number, and U is just a letter. But Emi, my DD, tells me that I just don’t get it. Apparently, taking the effort to write in my mother tongue is a clunky WOMBAT. She would like me to GWTP and JDI right on my cellphone. My response to that is:
Even More Fun with Crafts at the Excelsior Springs Branch
Come learn how to till your own garden, plant, weed, harvest, and then preserve your own veggies. You'll also get a hand-out that will include tips and recipes! For more information, contact the Excelsior Springs Branch at 816-630-6721.
Did you know that when you bite on a wint-o-green lifesaver in the dark, it makes a spark? Actually, all sugar produces a spark when chewed, but it’s invisible to the human eye. So, why can you see a spark when eating a wint-o-green lifesaver? The wintergreen oil turns ultraviolet light into blue green light, thus allowing us to see the spark!
CR Evening Book Club - A Realistic Restaurant Read
Stuart O’Nan’s short novel Last Night at the Lobster provides an honest look at the working class people who run a New England Red Lobster. It isn’t filled with madcap hi-jinks or over-the-top characters. But it is an authentic, occasionally funny story with surprising emotional weight.
When I hear the March winds blow, I look up to the sky. Instead of things like birds and planes, I wash the hats fly by.
Each one different from the last, Every color do I see. Some are big and some are small, As they fly by me. Here comes a blue hat flying by Now a yellow hat in the sky. Next a red hat on it's way, Then a gray hat flies away.
It was a "Grand" opening. We are now officially opened. The food was terrific, the speeches inspiring, and the crowd amazed at the new North Independence Branch. Thank you to everyone who played a part in contributing to our successful opening and establishing a first-rate library for our neighborhood. The community has received us with open arms and with great fervor. If you haven't been in to visit us, please stop by, we have something for everyone.
In 1935, two Russian journalists for the paper Pravda came to this country and wrote a travelogue of America. Ilf and Petrov were the "Borat" of their time, taking a biased look at Depression era America and making their observations with a lot of sarcasm and communist ideology. The authors' trip started near San Francisco and took them on a long circle through the country. They passed through Kansas City on their way.