There is so much to love about them, I am not even sure how to get underway. Perhaps the best place to start is at the beginning. So there it is, Monday through Friday. Every weekday of my entire youth.
There are certain things in life, that I think we should all know. Those little important bits — that when you hear them — announce to us all, that the world is as big as that big, blue, yonder. I
We are in it together. Every piece of it. No matter if you are the most reclusive introverted loner, or the jazziest outgoing extroverted socialite, you are connected. Most people either don’t realize this, or they will not admit it.
The triple Ho. People go to Santa Claus schools to learn to be good Santas. I just learned this today. I would have never guessed such a thing, because truthfully? Most Santas I’ve encountered in my years are immediately noticeable
I looked to the headlines for some good news to write about. That was my first mistake. I checked the birthday list for the day. Not much there either, unless you are a fan of Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen, a
There are certain moments in our everyday humans lives that may strike us as extraordinary. It could be anything really. Of course, there are the big things that happen. The momentous events we will never forget. When you step away
It was early evening, in some small town, Tennessee. Things were quiet as usual. All the supper dishes were washed, and put away in their cupboards. It had been meatloaf and potatoes that night. A woman named Febb — Febb
This morning, when I started looking at my day, I decided that I’d take the night off from my Kid Wednesday Routine. It put a little bit of a skip in my step, really. A night off. But then I
There was a standing ovation at the end. It was a well deserved round of applause. For Our Town. Yes, we saw a wonderful production of Our Town, this evening, at The Star Theatre, in Eaton, Ohio. The acting was
All across the nation, schools have been gearing up for the return of the students. All the way from pre-kindergarten to college, from Seattle, Washington, to Miami, Florida. Desks have been arranged, the lockers are polished, and those vending machines