Christmas and New Year’s Eve are in our rear-view mirrors and today marks the start of what all of us hope will be a much better year than thi…
I was reading an article this week about unusual occurrences in history and the author kept referring to a number of items that he considered …
This week Judi spotted an unusually large black bird with a giant wingspan in our backyard.
I was talking to a friend recently and somehow the topic of trite and well used words came up.
The beautiful sunsets and clear starry skies this fall have been the best I can remember in years.
A number of folks who know me realize I love to try something new any time I can.
I was thinking of column ideas this week and how I can stay as positive as possible in this wild and unpredictable year.
We have had a busy week with family in from Kentucky and tons of snuggles from grandkids that we hadn’t seen in a while.
Last week the moon was as gorgeous as I have ever seen it.
I have noticed recently on Facebook a number of folks commenting on National Daughter’s and National Son’s Days, occasions I must admit I didn…
The first time I can remember that I took a train ride I was nine years old.
I hope those of you kind readers remembered last week’s column on preparing to write your own book.
During this COVID-19 timeframe many of us have been catching up on our reading, especially good novels.
Here we are in the latter days of July and the heat index is over 100 degrees on many occasions.
Summertime is a total delight when it comes to sitting outside after dark or before sunrise and watching the sky.
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.
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.