Cheryl E Preston
Cheryl is a poet, freelance writer, published author and former Newspaper columnist. She has degrees in Psycology and Biblical studies. She enjoys sharing natural cures, and Nostalgia related info. Tips are greatly appreciated.
Monday spoilers for 'The Young and the Restless'
Ashley returns to help Abby Monday on The Young and the Restless Ashley Abbott returns to Genoa City. Some soap fans had been wondering why she has not been seen since her daughter's wedding and why Abby was leaning on Nina. In September, Eileen Davidson announced that she would be on a recurring basis as the storyline dictated. Her daughter's current situation could certainly be one that needs Ashley back on the scene. Abby will be going over her contract with Mariah and both Nina and her mother will be there to guide her.
‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ fans disagree on who switched the paternity test
Internet forums are buzzing with ideas about who switched the paternity test on The Bold and the Beautiful. Viewers are also giving their opinions regarding the current storyline. One fan said she did not care who the baby daddy is and only wanted this crazy storyline to end. Another said she hoped viewers would not have to wait another 9 months in order to find out that the baby is Finn's. Most people who commented expressed being angry that the writers have put the characters in this difficult situation.
Full Moon Madness is real
IIf you have ever wondered if the lunar effect is real and if the full moon caused some people to act out, let me assure you that it is not an old wives tale. I realize there are those who may disagree because evidence is not conclusive. Various police departments throughout the United States have conducted studies on crime rates during the full moon and the results are conflicting. Some locals reported an uptic in criminal behavior while others did not. When it comes to full moon madness, there is medical evidence as well as personal testimonies that outway the naysayers and validates this lunar occurrence.
'General Hospital' brings big reveals and drama as the double wedding nears
General Hospital has begun the countdown to the double wedding and viewers are beginning to get answers to burning questions. As the date draws nigh there will be more revelations in store. Tensions are high and there is uncertainty, confusion, and deception in the midst. Let's take a look at what is known so far.
The excesses of the rich and famous
Meghan Markle spent $265,000 on her wedding dress by Givenchy, $157,000 on a Stella McCartney reception dress, and $12,000 for a ball gown. This is a total of $434,000 on 3 outfits. The average working American could have done the following with that money. Purchased a decent home and furnished it and bought a really nice vehicle and had money left over to save. This is not an indictment on Markle but using her as an example of the extravagance of those who live lives of privilege.
March Right On
The third month on our callendar is March and there are quite a few little known facts about this month. There are also old sayings that many baby boomers heard from their parents or grandparents. I will share a few that may bring back fond memories for some and be introduced to others for the first time.
‘The Young and the Restless’ viewers disapprove of Abby’s baby storyline
Viewers of ‘The Young and the Restless’ are overwhelmingly disappointed with the current storyline surrounding Abby Newman. Most fans find the entire situation bizarre. First, Abby is unable to have a baby and then Chance cannot produce sperm. Mariah decides to become Abby's surrogate and they write her husband out of the storyline and have her living alone in the Chancellor mansion. Chance writes a letter telling his wife to go ahead and proceed with having a child through a sperm donor, and then Nina says she is excited about becoming a grandmother.
Hospice does more than end of life services
When most people hear that someone is utilizing Hospice services, they probably assume that the individual is going to die soon. This is because when Hospice services first became available they had a specific mission. Once doctors indicated that based on medical science, a patient was going to die within 6 months or less this end of life support system was recommended. There are those who do pass away within those six months and others who live much longer. My mother died 5 weeks after being placed in Hospice but my father's cancer disappeared and he lived an entire, dying of a heart attack.