Over the holidays we watched and/or listened to all the college bowl games that were televised. Some of the games had favored teams, and there was even one game when Rex and I were cheering for the opposite teams – I think his team won!
Greetings from 27 Vergenoegd Street! (Seems like we always get the most difficult to pronounce addresses.) The last time we wrote, Mark was in the U.S. Now, we are in a new house and we love our neighborhood. It’s the most welcoming that we have been in yet. We’ve already met several neighbo…
A few nights ago we decided to go out for dinner.
Imagine waking up on Christmas morning and finding not one gift under your Christmas tree, if there is even a Christmas tree in your home.
This Sunday is a national holiday in the United States, but probably most people won’t even think twice about it because it recognizes some of America’s most forgotten citizens — grandparents.
How do you write a eulogy for a dog?
All three of my sisters will celebrate their birthday this month. Being the first-born in our family, naturally I am older and hopefully in some small ways wiser.
When I was in college one of my required courses, which I did not particularly enjoy, was modern drama. Perhaps because I did not enjoy the course, I remember very little about it.
The other morning I was looking at the corner of my desk, and realized it is covered with blessings.
The other morning as I was driving in towards town the sun and clouds were playing tag, and lingering snow showers threatened to re-cover the sidewalk I had swept before leaving home.