His “quiet campaign” has made a difference...at least he thinks so.
He got quite an education cleaning out a modern refrigerator.
A surprising look at how the U.S. mail has changed since 2008.
Dumping all these matchbooks onto his desk made a certain goldfish very happy and produced a trip down memory lane.
“So perhaps you can understand why I was appalled to hear those stunning new gymnasiums at South Central and Western Reserve are now thought of as past their prime.”
When I was a boy, our family lived on River Street in Wakeman. House number 22, just north of the school and just south of Rt. 20.
He first became acquainted with Cathy Hainer more than 20 years ago when she wrote a big story for USA Today.
January is a perfect month to begin this plan.
2019 will feature the 50th anniversary of when the Norwalk Reflector published Jim Busek’s first story.
“Whenever I read an obituary, I often think of what a hollow summary it is.”
In many ways my visions of post-employment life were all wrong.
The fact that we have such a good one coney dog supplier here in Norwalk is a wiener blessing from the gods.
“Kudos to Norwalk Schools for not having a snow day last Tuesday.”
“I can’t bear it. They’re so young and beautiful. Why did they ever have to get old? Mama, I’m here. I’m grown up. I love you all, everything. I can’t look at everything hard enough.”