Greetings: Hurricane Sandy is just about all that has been in the news the last couple of Days. Its devastation is plastered all over our TV screens and blast through on a continuing basis via radio. These storms seem to always draw the media to them like bees are drawn to honey. They dig at… Read More News or News
Greetings: In March of 1993 “The great super storm” as it was called, hit the New England area with merciless fury. It cost millions, perhaps even billion in damage and killed 310 people up and down the eastern coast. It was later described as the “The Perfect Storm” and several movies and books were produced… Read More The Perfect Storm
Greetings: You ever find yourself in a proverbial pickle? The expression simply means, you’ve got a problem and no good solution can be found. The best explanation I could find for its origins is as follows “Trade with the Low Countries across the North Sea was important to England in the later middle Ages, and… Read More In a Pickel
Greetings: Harry S. Truman made the phrase, “The buck stops here” famous and it’s been used on many occasions to illustrate where responsibility ultimately falls. It seems we now have a new slogan by our current President “Obfuscation begins here” and if it were a car, the wheels would have be driven off by… Read More Where does the Buck Stop?
Greetings Folks: We are still recovering from the “Post Feast Blaaas” but things are starting to get back into there normal groove around the Harmon house. If you watched the Vice presidential debates the other night it may have struck you as odd at best and weird by the least of accounts. What I’m referring… Read More Debate Disdain
Greetings: I hope everyone made it back from the Feast of Tabernacles safely with no problems and full of anticipation for next year. We had the best ever FOT in Galveston; it was full of joy and fun with great fellowship. We dearly missed all those that couldn’t make it this year for whatever reasons… Read More Returning from the Feast