For more than 15 years, I’ve attempted to write pieces to elicit smiles – however faint – and/or to inspire. I believe a great majority of them have been “upbeat.”
In 1947, when I was the age of eight, electricity was made available. No more kerosene lamps! It was very difficult to read at night, even if the lamp was on the same table.
We had a lovely time over the Thanksgiving week. Our children joined us, and we celebrated the Feast of Thanksgiving. In fact, we celebrated three times in three different setting.
My wife and I have begun celebrating our first Christmas season as a married couple. We’ve begun our yearly shopping and set up our tree, but we do have some
The holiday season is here, which means gift-giving is probably on your mind. In addition to making gifts to your family and friends, you also may be interested in contributing
Gov. Greg Abbott on Dec. 1 issued the following statement on the Nov. 30 death of George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st president of the United States: “The state of
‘Tis a puzzlement. Can anyone on the planet engage us to the degree that a 20th century icon did?
Iused to complain about the ruts in the road until it finally dawned upon me… the ruts are the road. In life, success and failure are artistic terms, not scientific terms.
It’s such a bummer, when on a normal day when you have nothing else planned, you get a phone call from your daughter asking if you can babysit your granddaughter