I had the honor of volunteering to sell those cute little red poppy flowers that are traditional seen in May. They are called a “buddy” poppy and the money collected through donations during poppy day, May 4 are used to assist the needy and disabled veterans, their families, widows and orphans of veterans. Here is a bit of background and why you should support this worthy cause.
Hopefully this Memorial Day Weekend you've had extra time to relax, have a little fun, and spend time with people you love the most. I think it's also important to remember that we have Memorial Day to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice defending our country. There are several things you could do today to observe the holiday.
The roads will be busy with thousands of travelers making their Memorial Day weekend journeys and it's no coincidence that the "Click It Or Ticket" campaign is also underway.
Seat belts do save lives, and if you're someone who doesn't make wearing one a habit, perhaps this rollover simulator will change your mind.
When I was in Mrs. Urbanski's Home Economics class in Wrenshall she taught us to make Tuna Noodle Hot Dish. It was the first meal I learned to cook all by myself. At that age I also liked tuna sandwiches (not tuna melts!) and cold tuna noodle salad. As I got older, tuna started to gross me out. NOW, I've found a new tuna salad that I love, you should try it!