The destruction of data by the CDC is a huge news story but the major networks on TV are not covering it. I learned about the documentary, VAXXED on social media. I read that the Huffington Post censored an article about the movie. I wanted to see it myself. I’m glad that it is… Continue reading VAXXED: 4 Actions to Improve Vaccine Safety
Month: May 2016
Why does the U.S. Give More Vaccines than Other Nations?
The topic of vaccines is controversial. I have read through some of the research and followed the issue. My daughter had varying degrees of reaction to the vaccines she received as a child, and after one final vaccine developed fibromyalgia. From my perspective, there is good reason to question the… Continue reading Why does the U.S. Give More Vaccines than Other Nations?
Lily of the Valley and a Song on My Heart
Lily of the valley is blooming in my backyard. I saw the delicate bell shaped flowers when I returned from a visit with my mother. She was placed in a nursing home last week. The transition to the nursing home is a huge change. New environment. New people. Changing shifts for caregivers. Physical therapy. Occupational… Continue reading Lily of the Valley and a Song on My Heart
The lilacs are in bloom and I enjoy arranging them in bouquets. My grandmother had lilac bushes and the one in my yard was a shoot that I transplanted. His tenderness in the springing grass, His beauty in the flowers, His living love in the sun above– all here, and near, and ours. Samuel Gilman… Continue reading Lilac Bouquets
TUESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY and Apricot Bread
For more than 20 years I have participated in Precept Bible studies. I started with the women of Faith Community Church, and have continued for many years with women at Village Church of Barrington. We meet every Tuesday morning, September through May. We have become friends through our time together, reading… Continue reading TUESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY and Apricot Bread