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Butch and I enjoyed a beautiful Martin Luther King Jr. Day in wonderland, which was celebrated on Monday, January 17. We hope you enjoyed yours, as well.
Dr. King did the right thing for all people. However, his work is not finished. We have a lot more to do. Dr. King’s work is forever ongoing.
We must keep fighting and never forget the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. He was a true man of God who fought for all people as Jesus did.
It is amazing how loud noise can affect your health. I read an article some years ago that loud noise, music, shouting, and bad odor can cause your blood pressure to rise. Did you know that’s a fact?
I took my blood pressure before and after some of these subjects took place and found it to be true. Especially loud noise and bad smell can send your pressure up in minutes. Walk into a place and smell something awful, unpleasant and horrible – you feel sick, and the whole atmosphere changes. “Go check your pressure.”
Even in your home, you can smell a bad odor and don’t know where it’s coming from. You will feel sick until you find where it is coming from. Find it and your pressure goes down.
Union Square is experiencing less loud noise lately. We thank God and pray for it to cease completely.
Did you know that some people would rather read Facebook and be nosy instead of reading God’s word and be knowledgeable?
Did you know that Facebook runs people’s blood pressure up?
Did you know that the average New York City temperature in January is 26-38 degrees Fahrenheit, and in July it is 67-84 degrees Fahrenheit?
Did you know that there are more than 18,000 dining establishments in New York City?
Did you know that in 1898 the five boroughs – Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island – were incorporated into “Greater New York?”
Did you know that the total size of New York City (with 6,374.6 miles of street and 578 miles of waterfront) is 301 square miles?
Happy birthday wishes go to my niece Toni Hill, Reggie Dubose, Paul Burton, Priss Burton, and Al Days.
Birthdays remind me of something Paul once said. When you feel sick and tired sometimes just look in the mirror. Nothing is wrong; you are just getting old. Ever since Paul said that I look into the mirror any time I feel offbeat (ha ha ha). I hope you enjoyed your birthday, Mr. Burton, and don’t look in the mirror.
Let’s keep all of our loved ones who are under the weather in our prayers: Shelby Thrash, Mrs. Cora Edwards, the Johnson family, and Mrs. Mary May.
“Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any one thing.” – Abraham Lincoln
“You have the right to the same rights.” – Martin Luther King Jr.
Call Ruby at 256-377-1098 to spread your good news.