Entries by Gary Kennedy

Mother’s Day observance in its 113th year

A day honoring mothers began in a small town in West Virginia by Gary Kennedy Sunday, May 9, is the day we set aside for the favorite lady in our life, Mother. There isn’t a lot of history regarding Mother’s Day but I will share what I know. Mother’s Day in the U.S.A. is held […]

Easter is not about bunnies and eggs

by Gary Kennedy For all of you who are convinced that the holiday, “Easter,” has something to do with the Cadbury Bunny and her ability to lay chocolate cream filled eggs, I have become compelled after many hours of arduous service marked by unsurpassed courage and fortitude to research and confront this obvious hyperbole. I […]