happy Thursday everyone ,i hope it is going well this week for you...i brought nancy home the other night.She is doing much better but still a good ways to go.Rita is staying with her.I wish her a quick recovery.I took julie in for her prenatal checkup yesterday,still no baby but can be anyday!She says she is soooo ready.lol..darrell too.Rita also had her prenatal yesterday.She will be having ultrasound sometime first of the week.It is one of the 3d one's...she is really looking forward to that.Will post a pic when we get them...Justin and shelby also still waiting on the little nephew of mine.They are due in a couple weeks...
Just when i think it has gotten weird enough,i come across a few stories i just have to share,,,,
Betty~ Simply Southern
sEX CHANGE FOR KIDS AS YOUNG AS 10!
Sex-change therapies on children 'beyond the pale'
Pete Chagnon - OneNewsNow - 4/23/2008 9:00:00 AM
Children's Hospital Boston, a world-renowned center for pediatric healthcare, is being criticized by a Massachusetts-based pro-family group for offering sex-change therapy to patients as young as ten years old.
The Boston Globe recently published an article on Dr. Norman Spack, who last year started a new clinic at Children's Hospital that, among other treatments, performs sex-change therapy on "transgendered" children. The Gender Management Service Clinic, as it is called, defines that group as "patients with no known anatomic or biochemical disorder who feel like a member of the opposite sex."
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DOES THIS SURPRIZE YOU???????????????????????????????
ON THE SNOW--
A new report commissioned by four policy and research groups finds that high rates of divorce and out-of-wedlock births cost American taxpayers a minimum of $112 billion annually. According to the report, national, state and local costs of family breakdown account for more than $1 trillion in the last decade.
The study -- released by the Institute for American Values, Georgia Family Council, Institute for Marriage and Public Policy, and Families Northwest -- looked at the most accepted consequence of "family fragmentation," which is poverty. The economist who conducted the research examined the cost of government anti-poverty programs such as WIC, housing assistance, Medicaid, and child welfare, and the effect of poverty on crime, among other factors.
ON THE SNOW--
NEWS ON JUDGE ROY MOORE!!!`
judge roy moore
NEW ORLEANS SAYS NO TO BIBLES
you would think after katrina that new orleans would be happy about this...
faith,love hope...these things the bible teaches...
but just read this!!!!!!NEW ORLEANS SAYS NO!!!!
WE DON'T WANT YOUR BIBLES!!!