This fine town was once dotted with places where kids, adults, families, and everyone could go for a quick meal in a friendly atmosphere. In those times, they were simply called drive-ins.
Thoughts on happenings in the city of Madera.
Hard to believe it was 50 years ago Sunday when the Beatles changed the sound of music forever when they appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show in front of screaming teenagers.
Football season officially ended Sunday with the Super Bowl.
I tend to think going from doctor and hospital appointments as traveling to and fro, or maybe a journey hither and thither. However, I just try to relax while my gal drives me to my destination.
A few of you asked, either by email, text or actual conversation, if I “saw the light” during the time when I was being given CPR (four times, cracking a couple ribs and my sternum) or even angels.
At first, after such a long absence, I thought the likes of Harry Hindsight, Willie Whistlejeans, Helen Hugginkiss, of course Sally Sugarbush, and my other most reliable sources had deserted me.
First off, gentle reader, let me say this is not a return of my twice-weekly “Musings.” However, until I am recovered enough to pound this keyboard on a regular basis to meet deadlines, I will attempt to wri