Month: February 2017

Soldier’s Song – A True Story of the Civil War- Book Promotion

Defeated in the battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, the Union soldiers retreated across the river. There, a new battle emerged as both armies volleyed competing songs back and forth. With the Christmas season upon them, however, Federals and Confederates longed for the same thing. As the notes of “Home, Sweet Home” rose up from both sides, they found common ground for one night.

Kenny Loggins #Footloose – Book Review

Who doesn’t remember the movie “Footloose” back in the 80’s?? I think everyone does and I remember it vividly being played at one of my Aunt’s weddings and my fun, crazy relatives were dancing on the tables to it. If that doesn’t vouch for a catchy tune, I don’t know what does.

The Golden Girls of Rio – Book Review

“The women athletes of the 2016 Summer Olympics captivated the world. Their accomplishments amazed us, as did their personal stories of persistence and hard work. The Golden Girls of Rio focuses on the paths to glory for these women athletes, how they got their start and rose to meteoric heights in the Rio games.

Diagnosing Narcolepsy –Interview

Do you have vivid dreams or sometimes laugh so hard your knees give way? It could mean you have narcolepsy – the chronic neurologic condition where the brain is not able to control sleep-wake cycles normally. If you do, you’re not alone. It’s estimated that 1 in 2000 people in the U.S. experience this condition, but more than half of them don’t know they have it.

Keeping the Family Active in Winter

Just like staying active doesn’t have to mean enduring hours in the cold, being indoors in the winter doesn’t have to mean switching into hibernation-mode. In fact, playing inside has been proven to increase creativity in children and, in most cases, lowers the risk for injury.