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One Cool Cat Fills The Empty Nest

March 1, 2015 Growing up, the only pets we ever had were goldfis. more »»

Memories Of Wheels And Blades

March 1, 2015 Now that football is over, I find myself looking for other sports to watch on the weekend. For the last couple of weeks, I have watched figure skating competitions and shows. more »»

Prescription Medications Can Interfere With Sleep

March 1, 2015 I believe it’s safe to say that sleep is disturbed by physiological, mental and emotional factors. more »»

Why The French Fear The Twinkie

February 28, 2015 Dear France, I heard that you are really concerned about the new trade agreement being discussed between Europe and the United States — the one that will make it easier to buy and sell goods between... more »»

Editor's Note

February 28, 2015 “I have to run,” is most often used as a verbal signal for departure. For me, I mean it. I have to run. Two years ago, I started walking outside. Soon, I attempted to turn the walk into a run. more »»

Ben And Bubba Showed Well, But Did Not Win

February 28, 2015 I was in New York City from Feb. 12-18, and it’s hard to know where to begin in describing what went on between those dates. more »»

Once, We Paid Extra For Long Distance Calls

February 25, 2015 Most Americans love smartphones. We surf the Internet at any time, take cute photographs of children or embarrassing photos of spouses, check the latest scores or play games. more »»

Farewell Gentleman Jim

February 22, 2015 The late A. Bartlett Giamatti, former commissioner of Major League Baseball, who tragically passed away way at a very young age, once said, “Baseball is like no other sport you know. more »»

A Frigid February: Winter Raises Its Ugly Head!

February 22, 2015 At one point, I looked out the window and could not see the pine trees that border Hickory Heights to the west. They are not even 100 yards from the hous. more »»

Editor's Note

February 21, 2015 When I was about 10 years old, I was at the home of a neighborhood friend in Frewsburg whose much older brother was wandering around the house and said to no one in particular, “I’m supposed to go t... more »»

Inevitable: Snow And Taxes

February 21, 2015 I get to wondering about the Universe’s big plan on occasion, when I consider that we live on a planet that has earthquakes, hurricanes, blizzards, droughts and dust bowls. more »»

Winter’s Ice Has Been Anything But Nice

February 18, 2015 Ice is nice, in soft drinks. But on our driveways, it is a daunting complication to winter living. We have a 500-foot main drivewa. more »»

A Sleep Remedy That Is Worth A Try

February 15, 2015 I suspect that stories abound regarding sleep problems. We are told by physicians that adults need seven to eight hours of sleep. Younger children require much more. Everyone’s sleep needs are unique. more »»

About The Presidents

February 15, 2015 Back in my day, as a student we used to get Feb. 12 and Feb. 22 off from school to celebrate the birthdays of Presidents Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, respectively. more »»

Love Needs To Be Celebrated Every Day

February 15, 2015 Since the official day that celebrates love, Valentine’s Day, was this weekend, I decided it was the perfect time to write about love. more »»

A Lakewood Lens

February 14, 2015 The story last week about the guy who walked 21 miles to work and back every day is the kind of story that comes along and restores your faith in humanity. more »»

Editor's Note

February 14, 2015 I don’t think I’m the only one around here feeling a little depressed about the weather lately. more »»

Pull Out Those Fading Photos And Have Fun

February 11, 2015 Sometimes, my grown children say, “Wow!” At other times, they say, “WHY?” Either way, I am having fun. I am a daily visitor to the Facebook website. Five of my children also post on Faceboo. more »»

Some Who Do Will Be Criticized, Some Who Don’t Will Be Their Critics

February 8, 2015 Benjamin Franklin said, “In this world, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Add the title above as possibly a third certaint. more »»

Ann’s Gnocchi Soup

February 8, 2015 I just read that January was National Soup month. With all of the cold weather, soup is a meal that you fix in one pot, so it is easy. more »»

 
 
 

 

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