Monthly Archives: December 2010
This is New Year ’s Eve and around the world people will stand together at the stroke of midnight and sing a melancholy song that, on the surface, makes absolutely no sense—Auld Lang Syne. The title, Auld Lang Syne, literally … Continue reading
Dear Friends: Here is my Christmas card to you. Thank you for your support and comments. Wishing all of you a Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year. A STAR FOR THE AGES “Oh, little town of Bethlehem… Above thy … Continue reading
It is 8:45 on a Saturday night. I rush into the grocery store when I see her—a tall, lean, beautiful blond. This is my second trip to the store for the day. I forgot a few necessities such as cereal … Continue reading
I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas is one of the most loved seasonal songs of all time. It is also the inspiration for this month’s coloring book. My granddaughter, Allison, suggested I color December white and I’m sure she was … Continue reading
My niece called last night very upset. She had taken a break in her hectic holiday preparations to spend the day devoted to her neighbors. Her thanks for all her efforts was a simple “thank you” and the door slammed … Continue reading
When I was a freshman journalism student in college I couldn’t wait to run around campus digging up fantastic and shocking news stories. I was going to set the world on fire and be the youngest Nobel Award winner on … Continue reading
WikiLeaks issue follows Clinton on 4-nation tour.