Covid has made words such as ‘pandemic,’ ‘quarantine,’ and ‘antibodies,’ - words most of us used only occasionally - now as common as salt and…

Like many folks, the pandemic provided me with much unexpected time to work on projects around the house. I spent months working on our farm t…

I remember where I was. I was in elementary school. We had taken the day off because one of our family friends was in town, and we had a play …

A friend recently asked me if I had any collections when I was a kid. A better question would have probably been, what did I not collect when …

They were New Balance, size ten, white with navy lettering. I thought that they would give me a magical bounce that would make me sprint faste…

As the last sweet rays of sunshine begin to set on our summer, teachers, staff, and students have begun the final scramble to prepare for anot…

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Grief steals our words. In moments of mourning, when the ache of suffering is profound, I have learned that there is often a silence that over…

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We were in Massachusetts this past week to help my sister move into her new apartment. She has accumulated a lot of stuff, so we were trying t…

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Gee William put this information on Structuring Sentences for Dummies, a site to which I admit being seriously, uncontrollably addicted.

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