Monday January 18th, 2021 9:19AM
Nothing beats a tomato sandwich
There are few foods in the world as delicious as a fresh, homegrown tomato. And when sliced thin and placed between two pieces of white bread, it creates a delight unrivaled in the culinary world.
9:22AM ( 6 months ago )
A 21st century update to Monopoly
It probably won't surprise you to learn that, with all of us staying home more because of coronavirus, the board game is making a comeback.
9:36AM ( 6 months ago )
No place for hate
My paternal grandmother, Mary L. Crane, imbued in me at a young age an attitude towards life which has always served me well. If you start each day willing to learn something new, you probably will.
10:00AM ( 6 months ago )
What is a group of baboons?
I’m a sucker for trivia questions. My head is full of obscure and useless information, and my friends are always trying to test my knowledge of such.
9:48AM ( 7 months ago )
The elusive North Hall bear
I was very fortunate to grow up in a fairly rural area where I had the chance to see many different types of wildlife.
9:16AM ( 7 months ago )
Milly and the squirrel
Milly, the liver and white springer spaniel who lives at my house, like Glory before her, has waged an all-out war against squirrels. She hates them. And she is determined to make our house a squirrel-free zone.
9:14AM ( 7 months ago )
We need soap that smells like soap
One of the amazing revelations that has come out of the coronavirus pandemic for me is that fact that a stunning number of Americans weren't washing their hands before the virus hit.
10:11AM ( 7 months ago )
Don't talk to me about snakes
A friend posted a photo last week on Facebook. It was a picture of a small snake in the bushes right outside her front door.
9:55AM ( 8 months ago )