40 Days For Life in Albuquerque began on March 9th and runs through April 17th. 40 Days For Life’s mission is to bring an end to abortion with 40 days of prayer and fasting; peaceful vigil and public witness. This event is coordinated with similar events in more than 240 other cities.
Looking out my window, I see a much needed natural resource. One that we hold precious and dear in the desert of Albuquerque, New Mexico and around the world. Its been snowing since yesterday afternoon (January 31) and here in the foothills it looks like we have about 6 inches accumulated already. As I look at the local news
When do you take down the Christmas decorations?
Saturday was a lovely day so we thought we would take a ride up the mountain to see if we could find some snow. We went prepared with our warm coats, gloves, scarf and boots. It was a really nice day to take a drive. The sun was shining and it was about 50 degrees in the valley.
Whether you text, IM, facebook, or even email you have asked the question “What is that?” when someone uses just a few letters that seem to mean nothing. I thought it would be fun to
ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Last month an ambulance driver was hit by a drunk driver in Santa Fe. Vanessa Carrillo, the ambulance driver has been recovering from the head-on collision that left her with 35 broken bones. The disabled Carrillo is not expected to walk for months.
While Carrillo escaped the tragic crash with her life,
ALBUQUERQUE - A recent report by Albuquerque CBS affiliate KQRE Channel 13 says that Rep. Larry Larranaga (R-Albuquerque) will reintroduce a bill that would make it a double crime when a pregnant woman and her unborn baby are murdered as the result of domestic violence. Larranaga proposed this bill once before in 2005 but because…
When looking forward to 2011, what is the one thing that you have not been able to do that you will do in 2011? Join in the discussion.
Albuquerque Christmas trees make good mulch. Let’s recycle Christmas.