When some things come to an end it is not life threatening nor earth-shattering.
A few observations after a 24-hour visit to what I consider the best big Midwest City: Chicago.
You know the childhood admonition, “Nobody likes a tattle-tale”?
Apparently this is a thing now: facial hair transplants.
Friday marks the first day of spring, and the weather these past few days has helped to remind us that warmer temperatures are hopefully here to stay.
The high temperature today in Bluffton is supposed to be 72 degrees. That’s cool — not in the sense of hot and cold, but in the sense of societal analysis.
Happy Friday the 13th!
The law of averages suggests this is the week for Angelkeep crocus.
It’s that time again.
In what is perhaps the best news to come out of Washington D.C. since Ronald Reagan was elected, the nation’s capital has enacted a law which makes personal use of marijuana legal.
And the walls came a-tumblin’ down.
We were up shortly after dawn, anticipating what would be the most adrenaline-filled morning of our eight-day trip to the Dominican Republic and Haiti — a day of climbing through waterfalls and sliding down chutes...
Ah, yes. The opening to the old (very old) “Ben Casey” TV show featured the symbols for man, woman, birth, death, and infinity.
Mark Twain once said something to effect of, “Everyone complains about the weather but nobody does anything about it.”
February is nearly over and the contemplation over using the owl as a Valentine mascot yet lingers at Angelkeep.
I logged on to Facebook earlier this month and saw a request to like a page that had Bluffton in the title.
What is it about the office of state superintendent of public instruction in Indiana, anyway?
The guess here is that every community of any size in every state has had some sort of revitalization effort at least once in the past 50 years.
Let me begin by thanking the award winning Bluffton Parks Department for another fabulous Daddy/Daughter Dance.
Cabin fever, the pioneer holdover afflicting nature lovers and outdoor dwellers, peaks in the month of February.