Submitted by inthestax on Tue, 01/03/2012 - 5:03pm
“The sad and solemn night Hath yet her multitude of cheerful fires; The glorious host of light Walk the dark hemisphere till she retires . . . . And thou dost see them rise, Star of the Pole! And thou dost see them set. Alone, in they cold skies, Thou keep’st thy old unmoving station yet. --William Cullen Brant “Hymn to the North Star”
Submitted by inthestax on Tue, 12/20/2011 - 4:56pm
You would have to be living on the dark side of the moon to have not heard of the book The Help. With all the reviews that have been published what on earth would I have to add to what has already been said about Kathryn Stockett’s destined-to-become-a-classic?
Submitted by inthestax on Wed, 11/23/2011 - 8:58am
“Bank has started callingAnd the wolves are at my doorThree dollars and change at the pumpCost of livin's high and goin' up.” --Ronnie Dunn from Cost of Livin’
One of my favorite feel good stories is the true life story of millionaire-gone-belly-up, Michael Gates, in How Starbucks Saved my Life. Its subtitle, A Son of Privilege learns to live like everyone else, attests to something I’ve tried to instill in my children for years: Having money does not equal happiness.