Dessert comes sooner or later on Thanksgiving, and even though everyone has eaten their fill, there always seems to be room for that dessert.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Watching some football on Sunday I noticed, as the season progresses, several pro football teams during the season wear their “throwback” uniforms from as early as the 1930s.
When the presidency of Barack Obama reaches its end in January 2017, he still will be a relatively young man, too young for Social Security.
The older I get, the more trouble I seem to have with inanimate objects.
When the history of this fall’s partial government shutdown and debt limit battle is written, it may well list as one prime victim the pathway to citizenship long sought by undocumented immigrants.
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.
“Blessed shall thou be in the city and blessed shalt thou be in the field.”
— Deuteronomy 28:3