Almost every day at work, I look at the numbers and wonder: “What if?”
I have never been a fan of raking leaves. In fact, I’d go so far as to say it is the most pointless activity of all outdoor activities.
Never go to a nursery or garden center and ask for honeysuckle.
Our area schools have been busy this fall season celebrating annual homecoming traditions.
Although I understood the point and the concept, there was not much appreciation for the medium.
I just finished paying a plumber to clear a clogged bathtub drain which really had no business being clogged in the first place.
School-age years living in Lancaster Township began on a pondless farm a mile outside of Uniondale.
It’s hard to believe that another year of November elections is right around the corner.
I have no idea what kind of maintenance the statue of the Civilian Conservation Corps worker now installed at the Ouabache State Park will need.
It’s probably a big deal that there is a case of the ebola virus here in the States now.
It seems I truly missed my calling. Rather than be a journalist I should have been a lumberjack.
Where is Gene Stratton Porter when you need her?
I completed a personality-leadership self assessment survey a few years ago at a conference I was attending to get a better idea of my strengths and weaknesses.
You know how things grow on you in time?
Is there a good reason, a really good reason, baseball season has to run right smack into football season? Besides making more money for the major league sports franchises, that is. I am not the most ardent of sports...
After a busier-than-normal week, it’s time for this reporter to clear out his full notepad.
I was walking the length of the Bluffton Free Street Fair’s opening-night parade in 2008, looking at the — dare I say it?
It happens four times a year.
Let me begin this week’s column with an apology to my daughters’ teachers.