Students performed cartwheels, juggled and pranced. They played the parts of a tiny man as well as an ancient lady. Some skillfully walked on very tall stilts. There even was a bearded lady.
It used to be that only a blizzard would keep her home. Now, it is a snowflake icon on a computer screen.
A person gets used to a car, almost like a person gets used to another person.
“I lived in New Jersey, and the Earth, to me, consisted of my little suburb and maybe also New York City and Trenton.”
Win or lose, sports are good for students and teach just as much as academic subjects do.
Telephone scams aimed at local people, including one that targets grandparents.
“We are blessed with wonderful neighbors.”
Temperature is partly a matter of expectation.
New Year’s is the time for parties, staying up till midnight and making resolutions.
It is an act of faith on Jan. 1 of hope for the future that we will get to celebrate those birthdays one more year.
“I still remember the thrill of buying my own first car for $75.”
Many of those shopping beautiful malls of yesteryear are closed or half-empty.
One of columnist’s clearest memories was something that happened in fifth grade at holiday time.
Decision of what we keep and what we throw away varies with each person.
Why do some people feel OK with treating human beings as if they are “not us?”