I know what you’re thinking.
What about teachers? What about cafeteria workers?
My wife and I visited Mildred Williams just as she began to celebrate her 105th birthday with her family and friends. It was a sort of review of a whole lifetime since I had known her most of my own life, which was a major part of her life. She was one of my Sunday school teachers at the Pre…
“You must brush your teeth for two minutes at a time, twice a day! This is an order!”
Twenty years is a long time.
I bit into a ‘mater sammich, a favorite late summer treat. The sweet smooth mayonnaise flowed around my tongue and teeth. I savored the moist meaty ripeness of a fruit that just moments earlier had been part of a plant-drooping cluster in our garden.
“I need to do something to make up for the sins of my misspent youth!”
The first week of school is in the books, and I can honestly say that it’s good to be back.
In March of this year I wrote about being surprised to find a beautiful mansion on a side street in Kane that had been the scene of some of the action in the fictional book “Tonight in the Rivers of Pittsburgh” by Brian Lee Weakland. Located at the edge of the Allegheny National Forest, it h…
I ought to have your safety in mind when I wear my COVID-slowing mask in public.