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COVID-19 is nothing to make light of.  It is a very contagious virus that has the potential to have devastating effects in the body, even to the point of causing death. Besides the illnesses and unfortunate deaths that have resulted from this virus, its impact on the economy of the world has…

Last year in this column I wrote about how important it is to supplement Vitamins C, D and zinc for the possible prevention and treatment aspects related to COVID-19. These natural vitamins and mineral supplements have been shown to be helpful and reported widely in news reports and medical …

Wow, 2020 is finally coming to a close! Many will be saying, “And not a minute too soon!” That is making the assumption that 2021 will be a better year than 2020.

After the round of winter weather and Arctic air that Middle Tennessee experienced for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, a likely warming trend will take our high temperatures into the upper 50s by Wednesday afternoon.

Non-profit organizations have been hit especially hard during the pandemic. Fundraisers were cancelled, volunteers were in quarantine and staff had to learn how to navigate a difficult and unprecedented situation.

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“Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary.” — Fred Rogers

Temperatures will be in the 50s through the middle of the week but a strong cold front is expected on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day and could bring some showers and even some snowflakes.

Winter begins Dec. 21 at 4:02 a.m. and sunset that day is 4:36 p.m. but the days start getting longer now and sunset on New Year’s Day is 4:43 p.m.

A mostly sunny and dry spell of weather will continue for the week ahead with afternoon highs climbing from the upper 40s to the mid-50s by Wednesday and Thursday.

Since the mid-1800s, British sailors have often been called “limeys.” That is because they had a habit of eating limes and other citrus fruits while aboard ship for any length of time. 

Ephesians 3:20 (NASB) “Now to Him who is able to do far more abundantly beyond all that we ask or think, …”