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The fourth Thursday of February every year is National Chili Day, so last on Feb. 25, I celebrated by making my son’s chili recipe.
Heirloom: A valuable object that has belonged to a family for several generations. What do we do with our heirlooms? The closest thing I have to an heirloom is a 40-inch by 26-inch oil painting of a woodland scene by German artist M. Berner-Hardt.
We old people have been plenty busy these days, largely hunting for COVID-19 vaccines.
I just don’t understand, especially in light of the fact that we’re all essentially immigrants (some more recent than others), that longevity of place should be perceived as making you a better American.
At the start of a new year, I’m not so much about resolutions as I am about words.
Ah yes, ‘tis the night before Christmas. And, not to understate things, but this particular night before Christmas will be like no other in most of our lifetimes.
If the numbers hold – which they may not because of the pause in elective surgeries last spring and this fall due to COVID-19 – some 400,000 people in America will have had total hip replacement surgery by the end of this year. I am one of them.
So, Thanksgiving.What is it looking like at your house?
Send kids back to school or not.I’m glad it’s not my decision to make ...
What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.
During our new stay-home lives, I am not alone.
If we have an extravagance in our lives, it’s our sailboat.
I almost met the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.