The annual Sunrise Rotary Trees for Charity dinner dance is tonight at the Madera District Fairgrounds.
Gravy by the Slice
Life as seen from the perspective of a longtime Maderan.
As the Thanksgiving weekend draws to a close, I am reflecting on the good things in my life. At the very top of the list is my husband, Fred.
Fifty years ago, we were a nation in mourning and in many ways, we still are. The 35th president of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, was slain by an assassin’s bullet.
I recently bought a pair of secondhand bookcases at a yard sale. The tall wooden cases were a terrific bargain. Fred and I paid for them and headed home to get his pickup truck.
Monday is the 95th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I.
It is that time of year again. Before we go to bed tonight, we need to succumb to the insanity of changing from daylight saving time to standard time.
As you read this, I am attending the wedding of my brother Brian Hill to Dee Dee Gran of Fremont at the McCaffery House Bed and Breakfast in Twain Harte. They’ve been going steady for 25 years.