Ask any veteran police officer what case murder case bothers them the most, and there's one answer: The unsolved ones.
Looking out my window today, I'm pondering leftovers. Thanksgiving is now a faded memory, and all the good leftovers have disappeared. The only thing left are a few meat scraps on a soon to be discarded leg bone. The dressing is gone, the mashed potatoes are gone, and the gravy has been wiped up with the last remaining homemade bun. If I look deep
A few years ago I was asked to take a few visiting Mexican businessmen out to dinner. The person who arranged the tour briefed me: "After the evening is over, you hug and you are amigos from them on." I thought that request was a bit odd but I agreed.So we went to dinner and had a wonderful evening of conversation and laughter. Just before parting
"Like a fridge on a cart going downhill." That's how music director John Kraus got us to understand that the musical passage we were playing was supposed pick up speed gradually. His simple analogy made a lot of sense.
The year is 688 A.D.
A year from now, a rush will be on as municipal candidates and trustees scramble to get their messages out just before the Oct. 22 local election.
My mother-in-law is in her 80s. She is a widow who cheerfully runs on a full daily schedule, teaching yoga to seniors, followed by a swim, visits from friends, shopping and back home for supper and a good book. She has a genuine interest in all things. She loves to sit and talk about people's lives, asking questions and doling out opinions. Her lif
We have just come through the season of Thanksgiving. A time of year when we 'give thanks' and respond with gratitude for the things we have received. Gratitude is deeply enmeshed in the Christian life. It reverberates throughout our every action, as we breath in and breath out gratitude shapes us. Gratitude for what God has done for us in Jesus Ch
Yes, hard to believe. For someone who has occasional, age-related memory concerns, I can see it as though, well, as though it was yesterday.