All of us have a story to tell. I recently happened across a book written by a longtime friend that captures the stories of some fascinating
Last Wednesday there was a meeting at the Batavia Station for a Public Employees Retirement I. These meetings are very good for the retired folks from the State of Ohio. The next meeting will be Sept. 16 at the same place.
Each year the Merriam-Webster Dictionary adds new words to their collegiate dictionary and 2009 is no exception. If you are a wordsmith you might enjoy finding out some of the newest additions.
I think that sometimes we need dreary days just to help us appreciate the sunny days.
The good news is that Ruth Ann is doing great, we have an appoitment at the clinic each Tuesday to check her blood level. Last Thursday evening, Ruth Ann and I took folks from our church group, down to the Chilo Park for a picnic and it was a great one.
How do you leave a home you have lived in for more than 50 years? Can anyone truly understand what it means to do so, even those who are closest to you? What do you do with all of your stuff? How do you begin to box it all up, especially the memories?
My Great Grandma Brown lived to be 95. A lot happened during her lifetime. She was born in the midst of the Civil War and lived to the threshold of the space age.
By the time some of you read this you will have missed it, but Saturday July 11 from 5-7 p.m. will be the Monroe Grange Ice Cream Social, so those of you who still can, come out and enjoy sandwiches, cake, pie, and homemade ice cream.
The arrival of spring triggered the primordial instincts of earth
Youthful summertime memories emerge this time of year as I watch my grandchildren doing some of the things that I did as a child.