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Sewn Together

Member Since: October 26, 2011


  • [4] March 15, 2015 at 9:57pm

    It doesn’t say it in the Blaze story, but in others it talked about how he walked part of the trip until he reached a bus line. It also said in other reports that he average very little sleep at night because of how long it took even with part of it on the bus. That was one of the reasons so many felt compelled to help him.

  • [5] January 31, 2015 at 6:35pm

    I’m thankful we live in a country where we can research & decide what is best for our families. At first I vaccinated my kids. Not because I researched but because that’s just what you do. Then my nephew had a severe reaction & I stopped & started researching. I was very surprised. I wish I hadn’t just blindly followed that the doctors & government must surely know what’s best. My oldest two that are vaccinated get sick the most & for the longest. My youngest three, if they get sick, get over it quickly. To some that will be a fluke. For us & our doctor, it’s proof that vaccines aren’t all they were cracked up to be.

    I do find it interesting the number of people that try to tell me that my research is just junk science & that the PhD’s, MD’s & researchers that find vaccines more dangerous & deadly then the diseases they were mean to protect against “idiots”. Then I think about the criticism the scientist that claimed the earth was round & that the earth revolved around the sun received. It wasn’t a suddenly everyone believed them sort of thing. Any time a scientist goes against the norm (think global cooling/global warming/climate change etc.) they are considered the junk scientist until enough evidence has been found on their side to counter the original or the current politically correct information. Because there are scientist/researchers/doctors that disagree with the current norm on vaccines, I am very thankful we still have the freedom to research and choose.

  • December 3, 2014 at 2:03pm

    Sorry, my hubby has you beat. 1 wife + 4 daughters + 1 son + one bathroom. Feel really sorry for him. :-)

  • [9] June 23, 2014 at 10:52am

    Ah, East, there are many towns in Michigan you can make fun of. We once lived in Ferrysburg before moving to Fruitport. Yes, lots of jokes were made. We now live near Gaylord. Michigan is also where you can go from Hell to Paradise and back again. Gaylord, however, is a really nice place that was named long before the meaning of the word “gay” was changed.

    The big ticket festival is a wonderful outreach that I hope doesn’t get a black eye from this. I wonder at the timing of the arrest too. It’s been on the radio for weeks that he would be attending the festival which is about 4 hours north of where he lives. Why did they wait to arrest him until after he was already at this event? (Battle Creek is even further south than Grand Rapids.) Did they intentionally want to make sure news got out about a Christian doing horrible things? I don’t know. I’m just speculating, and like others have said until he’s proven guilty in a court of law, we don’t really know anything for sure. I just thought it was interesting the timing of the arrest.

  • January 3, 2014 at 1:25pm

    Thank you. My sentiments exactly. As someone who lives in the Northern Tip of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, it ticks me off every year to hear the overblown stories of winter. If this had happened in, say, New Mexico, yeah, it would be news worthy. It doesn’t snow there. They’ve gotten snow in New York and Boston before. I bet they even get a snow storm and cold temps there every year. Big deal. We’ve gotten more snow this last December than we have in years. Last night it was a record low temp.of -16 degrees. That’s not normal for us either, but we don’t make the National News for it. Give me a break.

  • October 12, 2013 at 10:46pm

    I caught that too. No one in there right mind would do a major system upgrade, especially to program that controls the buying of food, in the middle of the day on the day of the week that most people are grocery shopping. Makes no sense at all.

  • October 12, 2013 at 10:38pm

    Thank you. I love how you have changed this from an opportunity to complain to an opportunity to serve.

  • October 12, 2013 at 10:34pm

    Thank you. We appreciate your prayers. And the Lord has been providing in so many ways. (I have to admit though, my faith slips a notch the longer the struggle drags on. However, I have to look for the blessings too. By not having tv, my kids have great imaginations and read a lot. They play outside a lot because they don’t have electronic games. So there are some great blessing that come with the struggles of having no money.)

    Just reading one bash after another about all the “lazy” people are on EBT. And how everyone on EBT has flat screen tv’s and all when we have nothing of the sort just got under my skin. I agree that many people abuse it and so many other government programs. I just want people to remember that even though there are a lot of people that abuse it, there are just as many that wish they didn’t need it but do because of so many lost jobs and job cut backs, particularly now that Obamacare looms.

  • October 12, 2013 at 9:55pm

    I’m saddened by the number of people here that think this only hurts those too lazy to work. It hurts the disabled and the working poor also. My hubby and I work as hard as we can, and still just can’t make ends meet. We’re were already struggling over what to do thanks to Obamacare. We make too much according to the State to receive Medicaid, which was always fine with us. We didn’t mind not being insured. But since the Feds want everyone on Medicaid to push for single payer, they say we make to little to qualify for subsidies. Now we have to come up with over $600 a month for insurance. We don’t have cable/dish, we only have basic cell phones no texting (that we pay for ourselves), our kids don’t have all the electronic gadgets. We pay for internet so I can pick up sub jobs. We’ve cut out all we can and still can’t make ends meet. We are in an area where there aren’t many jobs and even working hard we can’t come up with enough to cover all the food we need to feed our family. We garden to cover some, but sadly we still have to rely on EBT. I had my weeks worth of groceries all wrung up before we found out that EBT was shutdown. I had already used all the money from the paychecks to pay bills. I have no cash left and no food for the week. Thank God for food pantries. However, I beg of all you who are slamming people who use EBT. Walk in our shoes first. Not all of us abuse it. We wish we didn’t need it, but for a short time we do and this hurts our kids.

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  • May 27, 2013 at 9:09pm

    Oh my word, how controversial! Allowing them to hear different view points and make a decision for themselves.

  • April 30, 2013 at 8:12am

    Thank you. That’s exactly what I was going to say. Why do people always go right to the “offended” stage? I’m offended because I didn’t completely think it through, so it’s bad. However, if I had thought a minute I would have realized they are pointing out the atrocities the federal government committed against the Native Americans including taking away their guns.

  • April 5, 2013 at 9:38pm

    Thank you. I was getting a bit irritated at the comments about the parents over reacting. (That goes for the Blaze News too when they did this story for misfit stories and everyone blamed the parents for overreacting.) Sorry folks, you can’t have it both ways. You can’t blame parents for not being involved when kids bully other kids, fight, shoot someone, or do other stupid things and then blame the parents for the pilots foolishness when parents were clearly in the right to not want their kids to have to watch such an inappropriate movie. You cannot simply block out the movie that is being played and you can’t get up and leave when it’s on a plane. The airlines never should have had this movie on when there were minors on the plane. I’m proud of the parents for doing what was right for their kids. It teaches the kids to stand up for what is right also. My kids had an experience with an aunt that put in a movie they knew they weren’t suppose to watch. The aunt said “what your parents don’t know won’t hurt you.” They stood up and said, “No, we aren’t going against our parents rules.” Go along, to get along is what has brought the morality of our country so low.

  • April 1, 2013 at 9:05am

    Calm down folks. They aren’t stopping production of the toy until 2014. It’s been out since 2012. It’s probably the normal end of the production cycle. They are just letting it look like they are caving in to get them off their backs. Most of these toys only have a short production run. Then they move on to a different toy under the “Star Wars” theme. This way it’s a win, win situation. Lego gets to keep making money off the toy and end it at it’s normal end cycle, (maybe even make a bit more money off the free publicity), and the people who are complaining get to claim they got them to stop making the “offensive” toy.

  • February 11, 2013 at 9:22pm

    And all the people in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, particularly in the Keweenaw area, are yawning and asking how in the world this is even a story.

  • September 17, 2012 at 11:24am

    De’j`a vu . . . This sounds just like what they were saying 4 years ago just insert different names.

  • September 17, 2012 at 9:05am

    Someone should have told them that the yard sale season is usually Memorial Day to Labor Day. (At least for those in Northern States.) Leading from behind again?

  • September 14, 2012 at 2:08pm

    See good things do come out of Michigan. Of course, Otsego is on the West side of the State . . . . .

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  • September 14, 2012 at 2:07pm

    Can’t stop laughing. Thanks, Gonzo.

  • September 1, 2012 at 11:20am

    Thank you Silvertruth. I was beginning to think that there wasn’t a single person on here that understood what the article was really about. That regardless of your race, religion, etc. that you can be seen by the content of you character and be successful in what you do. It’s sad the amount of hate that is being shown now, instead. Why is it the others can’t simply be happy that the USA is showing signs of overcoming it’s past and moving forward into new light? We have the first black president. We have a ticket that contains a Mormon and a Catholic. It proves that we are now looking at the person and not their background. That is something to be excited about. And if you have had to endure some of the smears and the lies that others make about your life, you too would get emotional to know that someone else who has endured them is making a difference in the world. How many people cried happy tears when President Obama won the nomination and then the Presidency? They weren’t mocked because of their joy. Why shouldn’t others, who do still face name calling, etc. from those that believe the lies on the web, etc. be allowed feel joy over Romney’s nomination without enduring hateful comments? Instead they continue to spew forth the hatred and only make themselves look bad in the process.

  • August 31, 2012 at 4:48pm

    No offense, but I think you missed the point. He’s not saying that you should be voting for Romney because of his faith. I think he’s saying that it’s more proof that our country, that Obama and the Democrats are continually touting as being racist, is showing once again that we are not. That they are more and more open to different people with different backgrounds.

    And I’m sorry to say the persecution wasn’t just in the early years of the church. It’s not as blatant but it’s still out there. I’m a member of the Community of Christ. (Formerly RLDS) We have a similar story as we were both founded by Joseph Smith Jr. My older brother and his wife were trying to pull their son out of the public school and enroll him in a private Christian school. They were told the couldn’t enroll their son because they were Mormons and therefore not really Christians. Now, my brother could have gone through all the explanations of how the churches were different, etc. but decided it wasn’t worth it as their attitude proved they weren’t the school they wanted their son at anyway. My point. It’s still out there. I’ve lived through some painful experiences because people thought I was a Mormon. I finally got to a point of not telling people what church I belonged to and just saying I am a Christian. It’s a major positive that we are looking at the person and we can say “even a Mormon” can make it, because we see the person not the religion.

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