For the first time in nearly a year I have nothing to do this weekend.
Many a pleasant day is spent on the patio between the first and last day at Angelkeep when the temperature is at least sixty degrees. Some hours are spent, as in this particular moment, tapping away at laptop keyboard...
Another year and another Street Fair has come and gone. My notebook has a few pages of Street Fair 2015 observations to share in today’s space.
There was trouble brewing last Thursday night. They say there is safety in numbers, and I was never so glad to see that I wasn’t alone as I moved toward that trouble.
It’s nice to be known for something.
You may not have noticed, but the Bluffton Street Fair is happening this week.
I can’t believe I ate the whole thing.
The calendar says the first official day of fall isn’t until Wednesday, but for me autumn’s arrival isn’t tied to the equinox.
I apologize in advance — to my friends and family, to my co-workers, and possibly to you, the readers of the News-Banner.
There are four of them.
I’ve always thought it prudent to travel light.
Growing up in near Bluffton in the 1950s and continuing for a while into the 1960s gave the opportunity to see oddities displayed in tents along the midway of the Free Bluffton Street Fair.
When I think of the case of Kim Davis, the clerk of Kentucky’s Rowan County, I’m reminded of the genius of the Kernan-Shepard report.
Technology is a moving target.
Some call it “fall.” Others prefer “autumn.” And still others call this “Pumpkin Spice Season.”
There are enough pots of various sizes to line approximately half of the outside border of Angelkeep’s rear patio.
It will come as no surprise to those who read this space on Tuesdays that I often write about travel.
Some people enjoy running as a form of exercise.
Directly behind the Angelkeep garage (always needing cleaning) is a row of bright red peony bushes sandwiched between two evergreens, all that between two yellow privets.
February and definitely — two high-frequency words we use in the English language, especially in Indiana.