If I’ve heard some adages of wisdom once, I estimate I’ve heard them numerous times throughout my lifetime before I ever sat down to write a column.
The very weird weather patterns this year have adversely affected our outdoor areas along our little sliver of pie-shaped green space at our house.
Throughout my 60-plus years of living my life experiences have taught me a lot. Like most people I’ve had my shares of joys and heartaches.
Eighty years ago, Amelia Earhart came to town, and to many area people it was a very big deal. I will even venture to say some residents might even remember the day they saw Amelia Earhart in person.
Eighty years ago Amelia Earhart came to town and to many area people it was a very big deal. I will even venture to say some residents might even remember the day they saw Amelia Earhart in person.
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With one step taken to keep up with more modern times I have seemingly embarked on an unexpected journey into an abyss of technology.
Another year older on Jan. 5 and a dozen or more days later it’s more than a few degrees warmer.
I experienced a postal moment Thursday morning before I came to work. I thought I would open the roll of forever stamps I purchased on Tuesday. I expected it to be a simple task to remove the banded seal around the stamps. I was mistaken.