Finally found my cell phone! It had been missing for days. 🙂
This is so sweet!! Must watch!! A Talking Parrot Met A Plush Rabbit – You’ll Never Believe What The Parrot Said!
King James Version (KJV)
<span style="font-size:small;" Thou shalt not avenge, nor bear any grudge against the children of thy people, but thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself: I am the Lord.
The idea of turning ‘care’ into a commodity that can be bought and sold instead of acknowledged as a virtue of the human spirit that can be given willingly, is not a new one.
We’ve long paid doctors, nurses, psychologists, social workers, support workers and a whole host of others who belong to the so-called ‘Caring Professions’ for years.
But what’s changed in the last few decades are the amount of people now being employed in what has come to be known as the ‘Care Industry’.
And by this I mean workers who are not required to undergo years and years of study on how to ‘care’ for others, but instead workers who are simply doing a job with the label ‘Care’ stacked in front of it.
Such as those you’d find working in homes for the elderly or providing in home ‘care’ or assistance for those who are frail…
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I’ve already spoken a bit about how I fell in love with West Virginia. I’ve only lived here for a bit over 6 months, so I’m sure most would still consider me an outsider. Be that as it may, I can still see some hard truths about this beautiful place. The biggest one I can put my finger on is a serious pr problem.
When I mention West Virginia, what comes to mind? Dirty coal mines? Uneducated, impoverished hillbillies? Mining disasters and chemical spills? It might be uncomfortable to admit to these prejudices, but you wouldn’t be the only one. The government’s War on Poverty is what brought the Appalachian region to the attention of the rest of the nation’s attention. That created the foundation for many of the stereotypes that run rampant today.
It’s true that West Virginia is rich in natural resources. And yet, who is really…
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After some morning showers the sun finally came out and we were all packed and ready to head out for some time at: BARK PARK! I really missed my friends & the NO leashes rule!
Bark Park…I can hardly wait!
Come on Lilly…let’s run!
I really missed my friends Scotty and Tina…we made up for lost time though!
So…how do you like my new blue harness…blue is a great color for us boys isn’t it?
Do you have a Bark Park where you live? Do you have a place to go and run where NO leashes is the rule? Bark Park rules!