Here we are in the latter days of July and the heat index is over 100 degrees on many occasions.
I have a long history enjoying the beauty of Mother Nature.
As many of you know, I am a big fan of quotations.
It is now summer and when the heat rises, the bugs come out.
June is a special month in many ways — Father’s Day, the “wedding” month, the halfway point in a calendar year, school graduations and a host …
This has been one of the weirdest weeks in recent memory.
It is hard for me to fathom that June has arrived and our “new normal” is still surrounding us.
The coronavirus has been present in our lives for over a quarter of the year now and doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon.
Next Monday we honor our military personnel who have given the ultimate sacrifice for our country.
One of our favorite radio shows years ago was Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion,” which aired from 1974 to 2016.
This week, the first following our state’s reopening, has been an interesting one.
I have a big mea culpa to send out this week and it is to my daughter, Lauren, regarding some comments from her that were in last week’s column.
As we progress into one more week of uncertainty in our daily lives, perhaps the best thing we can do is turn off the daily news.
As we continue to shelter-in-place and limit our trips to only essential venues, I am realizing how easy it may be to make some of this behavi…
As we all hopefully continue our safe journeys each day in our own little corners of the world, I hope you folks are safe, well and staying re…
Over the last few weeks we have been inundated 24/7 with one topic — coronavirus.
I am dedicating this column to all my friends and family who share my love for snack foods.
I was scrolling Facebook this week — yes, dear readers, I am a “scroller” not a fanatic — when a friend shared a post that made me go into the…
This week’s column is dedicated to “leaplings” everywhere.
Since we have had record rainfall in the last few weeks, I have been paying closer attention to overall weather patterns in all seasons.
Today you should be celebrating with your favorite other with dinner, a show and, perhaps, some rich chocolates or great perfume. If you are s…
Let me begin this week’s effort by profusely apologizing to many of my friends, family and others I have seen this week.
This week’s column concludes our two-part look at prescription drug issues in America.
Over the last fews weeks I have noticed one news item seems to get more airtime on TV than I would have ever thought — the British Royal Family Feud.
One of my resolutions for this year, especially since it is the start of a new decade, is to be kinder and gentler to everyone I meet.
I was channel surfing this week looking for a football game on ESPN when I happened on an unusual sporting event.