Not until his later years did Rev. Jerry Neill have the time needed to hone his woodcarving skills, but when he did, he was relentless, turning out small art objects that soon cluttered his workshop.
The fruit lady has my number.
While getting ready to take the field for my weekly ball boy duties for the St. Cloud Bulldog football team, I could not help but notice the handprints that were on the back of my son Cory’s shirt.
There’s one thing (of many) that I love about life: you are never done learning. If you are open to new practices, habits and ideas there is so much more to explore and discover. Big things, little things and everything in between. The day you stop learning is the day you stop living.
For a variety of reasons, such as higher interest rates, rising inflation and supply chain issues, the financial markets were volatile in 2022 — and this volatility probably showed up in your investment statements.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick outlined his goals for the upcoming legislative session, calling them “general concepts,” according to the Austin American-Statesman.
My ancient Uncle Mort – with razor-sharp memory of the long ago but dullard-like on yesterday – has a mind recently clouded with “what if’s” concerning the World Cup.
It’s an odd experience watching someone fold your underwear.
In our modern celebration of Christmas, it is a joyous time of the year. But when we look at the origins of the holiday, we find a dark and tragic side. And when we go deeper, we discover how a little baby posed such a grave threat to one man’s power.