Capturing the imagination

November 30, 2006 Treasure — lost and found — has always been an interesting topic for me.

Ugly Faye, wild Ima

November 29, 2006 My dad’s twin sister and my mother’s older one are two aunts that I’m quite fond of even though they are as different as night and day.

One project too many

November 29, 2006 It’s the dreaded school science fair project time again. My son Christopher brought home a flier last week and said, “So what are we going to do this year?”

Enjoying the season

November 28, 2006 Tis the season for shopping, wrapping gifts, baking special treats, attending parties and other festivities and oh yes, the abundance of Christmas movies on television.

Our small portion

November 22, 2006 This year while most families are picking out the traditional bird for stuffing and wondering what size they will need to feed their families, mine will be focused on a smaller portion — somewhe

M day has arrived

November 21, 2006 Disaster. If I had one word to describe the state of my new house following Saturday’s moving day, that would be it. It looks like a box company threw up on my pretty new carpet.

Reap what you sow

November 20, 2006 My 13-year-old son comes home from school almost every afternoon intent on discussing whatever it was he saw on the news that day.

Letter to the editor

November 17, 2006 Taxpayers’ paying for insurance ‘unheard of’ Dear editor: