This fall, let’s go look at some autumn foliage – even if it is only from your armchair.
Don Mathis shares how the music of Paul Simon sustained him.
Grab a cup of ‘Joe’ and enjoy the day!
On Labor Day, a reader reminisces about his first job back in the early 1960s.
A legacy of thrift.
Although Walter Jeff Mathis died May 7, 2012, I still think of him on his birthday, July 19, 1949.
Reflecting on Father’s Day Memories
Governors across the nation have begun to loosen coronavirus restrictions. Is our furlough from reality almost over?
First and foremost, my mother and father not only gave me their genes, they gave me dozens of morals and maxims to live by. Mom and Dad grew up in the Great Depression so I absorbed their habits of thrift; to conserve utilities, to not waste food, to make do with what was available, to…
Words of wisdom for Mother’s Day
Catch the splendor while you can!
Don Mathis shares the family memories his dad created that made his childhood magical.
Honoring the history of storytellers.
Wishing you a Happy Valentine’s Day! A delightful twist on love.
A father reflects on the presidents in his son’s life.
Some people may go to Washington, D.C. for the inauguration. Others, may have a different reason.