By the time you retire, you’ve very likely learned a lot about all sorts of things and can avoid some of the mistakes you may have made earlier in life.
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. While celebrating the bounties of the harvest have always been special, the day is extra special for our family, as the youngest of our children was born on Thanksgiving.
This is a story of an era that has vanished from American sports. I’d venture to say it’s about a man you’ve never heard of (Robert Victor Sullivan) and a place you didn’t know existed (Scooba, Mississippi).
It’s not unusual for people to have misconceptions about what living in a senior living community is like, especially if your experience with one was years ago.
I can't speak for all veterans but as one myself, I was overwhelmed with the community support yesterday for the Veterans Day parade (in reverse).
Thought for the week: Our country may face hard times, with this we all agree, but we will survive, ride out the storm, and good times once more see. Some may condemn and criticize, and that’s their right to do, but in the end, we always find they are among the few.
A couple of columns back, I related an incident in which I was nearly run over by William Faulkner, who was driving his old pickup.
On Aug. 11, 1945, the U.S. Congress designated the month of October as National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of that momentous recognition, while we also celebrate 30 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA is a landmark c…
Thought for the week: If you want more from life, ask more from God. If you’re pursuing a worthy goal, ask God’s help — and keep asking — until he answers your prayers.
I recently wrote about “stuff” that had happened to Honey and me as well as to some of our friends. Here are some more quirky things.