I lost someone important to me this week. For years he was my bartender. He poured my drinks and listened to my problems. He offered sage advice or sometimes just told me to quit whining and suck it up!
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
“How precious also are thy thoughts unto me, O God! how great is the sum of them!”
— Psalms 139:17
“Please, Lord, rescue me! Come quickly, Lord, and help me.”
— Psalm 40:13
City and county officials and employees who helped put on Madera’s first National Night Out on Monday and Tuesday deserve a tip of the hat for involving the entire city in a program to help fight crime.
People in the newspaper business are doing a lot of navel-gazing since the news came out Monday that Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, has agreed to buy The Washington Post, and some other newspapers the Po
Last week, as we were driving home from a vacation in Bodega Bay, Patty and I listened to a report on the radio about fast-food workers in New York walking off the job.
I ran 20 miles on Saturday. Twenty.
It was something I had never done before — in fact, my longest run before that was a little less than 14 1/2 miles.