Once a Christmas tradition has lived ... really lived ... it can’t die. Some are universal; some trickle down to us from our families; new ones evolve out of life situations ...
When many people think of the nation’s first Thanksgiving, they often envision the Pilgrims sitting down with a group of First Americans sharing a harvest dinner.
Take time to watch the trees take a rest from spring and summer.
It’s time for the Earth beneath us, and for us, to slow down.
I voted no on the stop-gap budget bill this week. From day one I have been a supporter of the County Improvements for Roads and Bridges (CIRB) Fund.
When I opened up the morning paper I saw that Loretta Swit turned 80. It reminded me of the sexy blonde all-Army nurse that she portrayed in one of our family’s favorite TV shows, MASH.