Reflections on ancestral cemeteries
I know I have spoken to you about cousins. There are first cousins, many of whom I am quite fond, and there are second and third cousins, sometimes removed, whom I have never met.
Reflections on cool weather ...
Last week at the post office I saw an old friend. We chatted for a while, and then I said of the bright, sunny, 40-degree weather, “Isn’t it a beautiful day?”
Reflections on jinxes
“Jinx – you owe me a Coke!”
Reflections on autumn and acorns
A haiku is a traditional Japanese poem containing 17 syllables on three lines consisting of 5, 7 and 5 syllables per line, respectively.
Reflections on cousins
Cousins are usually the first friends we have as children.
Reflections on good recipes
Several of you have inquired about my old cooking column and asked if I would pass along some recipes, so I think I’ll do that today.
Reflections on a Marigold Hotel
Raf and I just finished watching “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.” I had wanted to see it ever since it advertising for it began on television.
Reflections on Autumn
What absolutely luscious fall weather we’ve been having. Cool mornings, fog and rain, wonderful autumn smells.
Reflections on downtown
I read in the Index on Sunday that we are really going to have ghost tours each Saturday in downtown Mineral Wells and that some of the local shopkeepers are going to encourage this endeavor, keeping their stores open later and selling ghost-related items.
Reflections on frustration
I have a problem. I am a consummate worrier.
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