Month: May 2019

When You Have To Rely On Public Transportation

Driving a car ended for me in 2013. When I had a stroke, I said good-bye to my car.  My appreciation for other people who lost their license due to illness or aging suddenly became acutely apparent.  I never realized how hard it was to be reliant on someone else to get from place to

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Memorial Day is a Day to Honor Our Fallen Soldiers

From the Revolutionary War to the wars we are still fighting soldiers must be honored

“Burgers and Beers” at Dwell Nona Place a Hit

Lake Nona’s luxury apartment community shows how it’s done May 26, 2019 – Memorial Day kicked off with a great barbecue at Dwell Nona Place Apartments on Saturday at noon which was well attended.  The management staff once again hit a home run, throwing another family friendly event to be remembered. Everyone loved the spread

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Arabic numerals taught in American Schools

Americans polled said Arabic numerals should not be taught A recent poll from CivicScience, an American market research company, has revealed what the CEO of the company is calling “the saddest and funniest testament to American bigotry we’ve ever seen in our data.” The question they asked in their poll was “Should schools in America

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#WearOrange End Gun Violence

We can end gun violence together National Gun Violence Awareness Day is the first Friday in June, which will be June 7 in 2019 In 2013, Hadiya Pendleton was shot and killed in Chicago at the age of 15 just one week after performing at President Obama’s 2nd inaugural parade in 2013. After her death,

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