A baseball game. Eleven and 12-year-olds. Roughly one third of the team bursts into tears at some point, many of them after talking to their coach.
I was driving between farms the other day and noticed that the wild roses were blooming, so I stopped and took a photo.
I went to the doctor last week with about four issues I wanted checked out. I like to store things up, so I don’t feel like I’m wasting anyone…
In 1771, King Adolf Frederick of Sweden died after eating a meal of caviar, lobster, sauerkraut and champagne, along with 14 helpings of dessert.
Okay, May, thanks. You can stop trying so hard now. Save a little for the other months.
Saturday, the sun foretold a clear and crisp day. The temperature was barely above freezing, but the day held promise anyway. I don’t understa…
We may have had a breakthrough in honoring a basic rule of the universe. On Easter Sunday, I loaded up Grandchildren One through Three to see …
As I was preparing for a talk to an agricultural group, I read an article about Greek philosophy.
Last Saturday morning, I took Grandchildren Four and Five to see my father.
My wife and I watched “Nomadland” recently. It’s a good movie – good story, good acting, skillfully done. I’m just not sure what all the fuss …
As of this writing on the morning of Feb. 14, it was 13 degrees below zero in North Pole, Alaska.
Not meaning to brag, but I may have found the secret to happiness – in the top of a coffee cup.
This morning I’m dealing with a stiff neck, a bothersome splinter, and a few other issues.
I’m in so much trouble.
There’re times when blessings rain down like, you know, rain.
“Papa,” Number Five said, “we need to make a fire thing.”
“I love this place,” I said. “It’s just so ... science-y.”
I have a great new career opportunity.