The blood was still churning in the water and the bikini-clad, blonde damsel had just barely escaped the jaws of the man-eating (or, in this case, woman-eating) great white shark when my 8-year-old daughter used a handful of buttered popcorn to steal my attention away from the movie screen.
William Thornton understands the mercurial nature of inspiration. After 20-plus years in journalism — currently covering East Alabama for the Alabama Media Group — Thornton has learned that hard work and discipline — not sitting around waiting for divine intervention — is what gets stories g…
It happens every day. Those little moments when mounting frustration and anger get the better of us. We can be dismissive, rude or downright mean. We lash out with snarky comments, shouts, insults, eye rolls or other gestures.
I’m cutting corners: Netflix, Audible, Amazon Prime, etc. I’m using grocery store apps. I activated all those darn membership cards that have been uselessly eating up space in my wallet like gas station condoms. I even bought generic Febreze. Things are bad.
We are a faithful nation, a God-fearing, God-praising nation. Some would go so far as to call America a "Christian" nation — at least that’s what we’ve been led to believe.