An award from a dear follower

Carrie Reimer, who blogs at Lady With A Truck has nominated Justice For Raymond for the award, Very Inspiring Blogger Award.  Thank you Carrie for your continued encouragement and support during these many years we have searched for the source of the lethal poison that caused the death of my son Raymond Marc Zachry.vibloggeraward

Raymond Marc Zachry

Raymond Marc Zachry

Thank you so much Carrie for your encouragement.

God Bless You and all the WordPress family of bloggers in 2015.

Ray’s Mom

December 29 is National “Get on the Scales Day”

What a plan for 2015. Wouldn’t it be great to be a slimmer version of yourself in 2016? I am working on it.

Foodimentary - National Food Holidays

Here are today’s five fitness tips:

  • Instead of eating straight out of the box, pre-portion your snacks into small individual baggies.
  • Skip dessert and instead have a roll in the hay with your honey. Healthy sex may also help control the amount of food you eat.
  • Be sure to stock some red pepper flakes to your pantry. When eaten early in the day, red pepper can reduce the amount of food you consumer later.
  • Many of us hit the gym and eat right during the week but cut loose on the weekends by indulging in fried foods and trading in workouts for sleep. Be healthy seven days a week by planning your weekend ahead of time.
  • Who said healthy foods have to be boring? Puree peaches, pears and berries and spread them on wheat pita for a healthy and delish treat that’s perfect for spring and summer!


Today’s Pinterest…

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Map: The most-stolen vehicle in every state

Why are car thieves so in love with Honda Accords?


Ford F series pickups and Chevrolet Silverados were the number one and number two most stolen vehicles.


……. "those vehicles are stolen not to drive but to sell for parts", according to NICB spokesperson.


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Wrongful death of Ashley Strass as told by her father Claude Strauss

The Matter of Life and Death

Ashley Strass, died at four years old due to malaria. Ashley Strass, died at four years old due to malaria.

Ashley Strass wrongful death from malaria – update written by her father as he fights for justice and  accountability.

“A lawsuit related to the 2011 malaria death of a Homosassa girl has been working its way through the civil court system. Ashley Mirembe Strass, 4, is believed to have contracted malaria during a visit with her mother, Tracey Strass, to her homeland of Uganda in April 2011 . The planned four-week visit was to meet her mother’s family for the time. But shortly after arriving, Ashley became ill, so the trip was cut short.

According to court records, after treatment at two locations in Uganda, Tracey Strass thought she needed to get her daughter back to the United States for medical care and planned to get her to a hospital emergency room as soon as they landed in Tampa. But…

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When Justice Stumbles, It’s a Teachable Moment

A little about justice and how it frequently is reserved for the few, controlled by the powerful.

The Matter of Life and Death

See on Scoop.itCorrupt elected officials, unqualified coroner

A pilot and co-pilot operating on three hours? sleep start taking a wrong turn? right into the path of another aircraft . Quick work by an air traffic controller averts disaster over Washington state?s largest population center. Aviation safety people call this a ?near miss…

Momentum is gathering behind the recognition that criminal justice errors are system-based, and that every error can be a source of lessons that will cut the risk of future errors by identifying the latent system weaknesses that led to the original incident.

Shirley Sanservino‘s insight:

Whether a near miss or a good catch – the incident happened and it should be made public.

Wrong diagnosis or cause of death by coroner/medical examiners too are all too frequent and allow an innocent person to be prosecuted. Even when the correct evidence is a last minute discovery…

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Internal Survey Shows the Red Cross’ Own Employees Doubt the Charity’s Ethics

Survey results obtained by ProPublica also show a crisis of trust in the charity’s senior leadership.


“In response to the statement, “I trust the senior leadership of the American Red Cross,” just 39 percent responded favorably.

In response to the statement, “The American Red Cross shows a commitment to ethical business decisions and conduct,” 61 percent responded favorably. That means about 4 in 10 respondents doubt the ethics of the venerable charity.”


A shameful report from one of  the widely supported charity.


See on Scoop.itCorrupt elected officials, unqualified coroner

Simplicity of speech

Seth Godin is a favorite of mine, his witty commentary delivers a pointed message in few, directed words.

This one is no exception to his ingeniously clever style.

The sophistication of truth

A common form of complexity is the sophistication of fear.

Long words when short ones will do. Fancy clothes to keep the riffraff out and to give us a costume to hide behind. Most of all, the sneer of, “you don’t understand” or, “you don’t know the people I know…”

“It’s complicated,” we say, even when it isn’t.

We invent these facades because they provide safety. Safety from the unknown, from being questioned, from being called out as a fraud. These facades lead to bad writing, lousy communication and a refuge from the things we fear.

I’m more interested in the sophistication required to deliver the truth.




These take fearlessness. This is, “here it is, I made this, I know you can understand it, does it work for you?”

Our work doesn’t have to be obtuse to be important or brave.

Wouldn’t it be grand if everyone spoke their mind in simple words?

John 8:32  (NIV) Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”



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