Dinner time at our house means no television. It means we all sit at the table to eat and talk about the day. That’s the hope, however, with a three and one-year-old, we’re not having much in the way of meaningful table conversation. Instead we’re begging one to come back to his seat between bites,…
But I think she would approve.
Bill Quigley pays homage to teachers, and learns that not all of them are found in schools.
She told me I’d get A’s on my spelling tests if I slept with the words under my pillow. I always did.
Two very different women, both in the early 70’s taking their first flight ever, and they are charming.
Amy Butcher relates how entire relationships can pivot around something as simple as sticky dough.
My grandmother, the namesake of my eldest daughter, never said the word love.
A word game ties young Andy Bodle to his grandmother—and a chance at TV quiz show greatness on Countdown.
The gifts from one’s parents include passions and observations that communicate—and finally become—character and identity.
Granny hugged her knees and rocked back and forth on a bench in the Greyhound bus station in Springfield, Virginia. She did this to keep warm. It was 11 p.m. on December 24. Granny had arthritis and osteoporosis and other things that ended with “itis” and “osis” that, believe me, you don’t want to know…