I inherited my mother’s hands. It was something I had not noticed until recently. Our hands are weathered by years of not wearing sunscreen when outdoors working in the garden,
My son came home from school one day, With a smirk upon his face. He decided he was smart enough, To put me in my place. HE SAID: “Guess what
In 8+ decades of life, my hard head has managed to absorb some truths that my momma tried to tell me all the time I was growing up. Such as:
One thing that causes me happiness is that I don’t live in a large city. Sure, there are times I wish for some of the perks that come with urban
And in case you missed her first column, here is a little about Mrs. Yoder: “First of all I will introduce us Yoders, a total of 10 of us altogether.
—CC— Quote of the Week…“Financially I’m set for life. Provided I die next Wednesday.” —CC— Common courtesy is not very common any more. Good manners are more rare than ever.
No matter how much things may change, some truths never go out of style. Tell that to the unbelieving younger generation. Examples: Yo u can buy a house, but not
A story made its way to me from Dr. Ron Bullard via his brother, Steve, last week. It is a long ago story about the Allen Mustang (oops, I mean
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