A Mask Dilemma

Each morning I dutifully don an outfit for the day. It means trying to match colors with a shirt or sweater and slacks. When I was working, it meant making sure my tie was in accord with my suit and dress shirt. It was a daily ritual. Now I have a new ritual. Now I […]

Facebook and Twitter Poll results — poll ending Jan. 11

Last week, we asked our followers: “There are several vacant storefronts in the Orion area. What would you most like to see come into town?” We had 63 people respond to the poll on Facebook, with 42 people saying they would like to see a Butcher’s Shop; ten people said they would like a Bakery; […]

Facebook and Twitter Poll results — poll ending Dec. 28

Last week, we asked our followers: “Has living through 2020 taught you anything? If so, what?” We had 45 people respond to the poll on Facebook, with 20 people said the Government has failed us — on all sides; 15 people said they learned to Live in the moment, hope for the future; ten people […]

Facebook and Twitter Poll results — poll ending Dec. 28

Last week, we asked our followers: “When ringing in the New Year my plans are:” We had 45 people respond to the poll on Facebook, with 20 people said they were Staying up just to make sure 2020 ends; 14 people said they had No plans; eight people indicated that they were having Just household […]

Christmas’ Spiritual Message

Every month, Unity churches pay special attention to one of the 12 innate powers within the human consciousness. Through the wisdom and acknowledgement of these powers our life is transformed. The power for December is life and is quite fitting for a month where we celebrate the holy birth of the Christ child. Luke 1:31(ASV) […]

A Holiday Season Like No Other!

This year – 2020 – has been an unusual year what with the Pandemic. With restrictions on restaurant openings, limited crowds in stores, and lots of shortages of toilet paper and disinfectant wipes, and paper towels, we have had to make some adjustments in daily life. Well, we made it through Easter and Halloween and […]

Facebook and Twitter Poll results — poll ending Dec. 21

Last week, we asked our followers: “Many community events were canceled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Which event did you miss the most this year?” We had 24 people respond to the poll on Facebook, with nine people stating that they missed the Orion Lighted Parade most; eight people said they missed the […]

What is Pandemic Fatigue?

Pandemic Fatigue is a new term that we’re going to be hearing about a lot.  Why?  Because according to the US Surgeon General, there’s one big reason for the recent resurgence of COVID 19 cases as we go into the Holidays.  People are relaxing on lifesaving preventative measures because they’re just tired of it. The term “Pandemic Fatigue” certainly sounds […]

Facebook and Twitter Poll results — poll ending Dec. 14

Last week, we asked our followers: “Lake Orion Community Schools announced last week that all previously in-person students would remain in the remote setting until Jan. 19. What do you think about the district’s decision, why?” We had 75 people respond to the poll on Facebook, with 46 people stating that they thought it was […]