Let us consider today that good old Kentucky phrase, "Hold On." For it has many manifestations does it not? Just hold on now, and let's take a few minutes to think about how this phrase is used in the vernacular of the Kentucky southern or even mid-western dialect.
WASHINGTON - At first glance, the mixed-media painting seems purely whimsical, with its quirky red chicken, bright flowers and fireflies bursting from a sky blue background. But the accompanying statement makes it clear that pain, uncertainty and a fragile strength are represented, too.
My wife and I are crazy cat people. Our phones are overflowing with pictures of our two felines, Jasper and Jezebel. We've spent thousands of dollars on their veterinary care. We even take them for walks. But we never considered bringing them on vacation - until this summer.