Thursday, September 27, 2012


Kicking back and relaxing today. Paying bills and having thrills. Enjoying the beauty of a simple stress free day. Today let's celebrate heroes or at least people who do heroic things.

Let's start close to home and a quick thinking teen:

Now let's move on to those that protect us everyday and then when they come home sometimes they can't find a job. This next article is for employers and military personnel. And it is also for you, tell the people you know about the job fairs coming to your area.

Let's end with an article from DR. The top ten heroes of 2012:

Comment Away.


Lady DR said...

I'm so glad you got a kick-back-relax day for you, finally. You're past due.

Wow! for the kid who rescued the neighbor. I love articles featuring the kids are doing so much good and who are heroes at an early age.

I hope the job fairs are putting some extra emphasis on returning veterans with the qualifications they're looking for. These men and women have put their lives on the line for us. To think of them being unemployed and unable to take care of their families is pretty sad.

Glad you thought the article on heroes worth including. The more we hear about those helping, the better I feel. I can only hope seeing these kinds of articles spread across the media will help people realize there is a way to help, directly or indirectly.

William J. said...


It was a good day yesterday. Stayed at home most of the day. Did do a little shopping in the afternoon. Today is another one where I can just relax.

I also love articles featuring kids because it gives me hope that if kids like these exist the world will be just fine.

I also hope the job fairs help the veterans find the right job for them.

One of my favorite shows on TV is the night CNN celebrates the heroes of a certain year. It was nice to get a preview of that show. Thank you.