Time To Think About Comfort Food
October 11, 2015 When the weather changes, I begin to think about comfort food. I have discovered throughout the years that comfort food mean different things to different people. more »»
October 10, 2015 In attempt to save money, I’ve been delaying the renewal of my gym membership and using my parents’ treadmill instea. more »»
Searching For The Statue
October 10, 2015 I spent over an hour last weekend wandering through a cemetery in search of a dog, or, I should say, the statue of a dog. more »»
October 10, 2015 I just took a test online that boldly declared that I am going to die sooner than later. After all, it pointed out, I fall asleep with the TV on and I’m not drinking enough water. more »»
Taunts In School And Fear Of Dad
October 9, 2015 Parents, and reportedly even the teacher, are saying that having fourth and fifth grades in the same classroom at Penfield Elementary School is not working. more »»
Who Has A Problem With Patriotism?
October 3, 2015 You can still follow Paul Revere’s footprints all over the city of Boston, down old alleyways and through crumbling cemeteries and up along the countrysid. more »»
October 3, 2015 I love nighttime. I think people who prefer night over day are of a different breed, like some writers and artists. That’s why I like my night shift and all of the perks that go along with it. more »»
Flaws In The Mettle Of This Country
September 27, 2015 Two synonymous phrases of the word mettle (above) are (1.) strength of character, and (2.) moral fiber, qualities we hope we all possess most times in our lives. more »»
Sensitive Subject Matter
September 27, 2015 The subject matter that I want to educate the readers on is of a particularly sensitive nature. Writing this article was stimulated by a news piece ... more »»
September 26, 2015 A couple of weeks ago, the Rev. Luke Fodor of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Jamestown contacted me and asked if I’d mention their annual Blessing of the Animals service, scheduled for 5 p.. more »»
Reviewing The American Dream
September 26, 2015 A few years back, my husband and I met another couple from Germany when we were having dinner at a restaurant in New England. more »»
September 26, 2015 After stopping at Kwik Fill on my way to work Friday, I saw a man pull the classic look-down-and-pretend-not-to-text move while drivin. more »»
Double Standard, Or Hypocrisy?
September 20, 2015 In September 1892, Francis Bellamy penned the words to the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States flag. The original draft didn’t include the phrase “under God. more »»
September 19, 2015 Today is the big day for a very special friend of mine, Amanda Rice. This week was full of wedding festivities leading up to the main event, which will take place today at the home of her parents. more »»
What Is War Good For?
September 13, 2015 ‘‘War, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing.’’ These lyrics of a song from yesteryear were both at the time, and still today, controversial. more »»