For months through late March, students at Carrboro High School brainstormed ideas and collaborated with artists visiting from the Dominican Republic to create two murals on their school’s walls.
We thought the state legislature convened in Raleigh.
Recently, it apparently met in Fantasy Land.
Q. My husband has been taking lisinopril for years now to control hypertension. We never associated his persistent nonstop coughing with this drug until today.
In conversations I have with my friends, I’ve noticed some phrases we say fairly often - expressions that have moved into our language base in recent years and are repeated often. We speak them to ourselves and to each other in difficult or stressful times and most of the time these words elicit a deep sigh, a shift in perspective (both vision and opinion), and a physical and emotional relaxation that brings peace.
John Hinckley Jr. was an off-and-on student at Texas Tech University. After that, he was unsuccessful in getting a job. He began to buy weapons and practice shooting and was given anti-depressants and tranquilizers
I am frickin’ sick and tired of being “taken care of” by someone who “knows better” than I do how to run my life! I am sick of having things frustrate, delay and deny me because the big “THEY” (hereafter known as Those Who Need to Butt Out of My Life ... or TWNBOML, pronounced twin-bahm-el) decided on a better way “for my own safety”.
Earlier this year I was startled to find myself grieving for my mother on her March birthday and I knew her death date was almost exactly a month away. “It’s been four years since she died, why am I still grieving?” I asked myself.