The tragedy in Afghanis-tan, in which 16 Afghan civilians allegedly were massacred by an American soldier, is raising a hue and cry for the U.S.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Women who are caregivers often put the health of others before their own health. “I see this trend in women of all ages.
As you’re reading this, I am sitting in a field of four-leaf clovers waiting for the rain to subside and the sun to come out so I can follow the ensuing rainbow to my pot of gold.
It must have seemed like a cruel joke, and indeed it was cruel, but it was no joke. The young Italian immigrant had come to America, found work and sent for his wife and child.
A bloke (and reader in Dorset, England) named Harry (not the prince) emails this scribe occasionally with some pretty fab stuff.
When a catechism teacher supposedly asked her class why they should be quiet in church, a child replied, “Because people are sleeping.”
“I will set a good example for someone else today. I will be living proof of the maxim, ‘Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be.’”