Why do we collect? To late in life thumb through our memories, recollecting moments in an effort to hold on to a piece history forever.
Every day we’re inundated with information and often from two opposing sides. So how do we teach kids to evaluate the information they read and hear, whether it comes from the media, our leaders, family, or friends?
If you are 50 or 60 years of age, you may want to start a ‘Death Cleanup’ for yourself—it will benefit you while you’re still alive. Here are tips on how to do it.
Some 35 years ago, a friend introduced me to a curry-scented chicken dish that has justifiably earned its place as one of my favorite go-to dinners. When I want something tasty that’s simple to make, I look no further than Wood Stove Chicken.
Jazz the Wonder Dog was the one who heard my cries and answered by nudging her head under my hand. Jazz is a gift who teaches me to find joy in scattered moments of my day.
By ELIZABETH LARCH First, let me make something clear: I have no intention of telling anybody how to do their job. I have absolutely
Our 2018 calving season started two days before Christmas. The early start was not because the bulls got out before the June 1 turnout date. Or because we miscalculated our insemination schedule. First calf heifer No. 609 went into labor about noon on the 23rd. I walked her down to a calving shed.
Serious gardening involves spending time in that pursuit, even in the winter and early spring months.
The Native American legend Tale of Two Wolves contains a wisdom worth sharing with a wider readership. The point of the message has continued to be meaningful to a wide cross-section of people.
by GAIL JOKERST To see someone at an airport holding a sign with a person’s name on it is admittedly not much of a