It seems that we are going backward in terms of what I thought were great gains in civil rights in our culture. We’re re-fighting old battles: abortion, birth control, rape, […]
Did you know? “In the 1930s, America was infatuated with the pseudoscience of eugenics and its promise of strengthening the human race by culling the ‘unfit’ from the genetic pool. […]
I visited a friend of mine who is a Hospice patient in Arizona. At that time she was living alone and I found myself shocked at the chores she had […]
I want to introduce you to my dear friends, Nancy, Tami, Ed and Danny. I have been been backpacking with Ed off and on for more than thirty years. Now […]
I received this article from my polyglot friend Susan DeMille Harvey. Learn more – for our children. Eleanor, who specializes in the brain development of children wrote, “In her book […]
“They have all been smash hits: Finding Nemo, Madagascar, Ice Age, Toy Story. Fish, penguins, rats, stuffed animals, talking toys. All good innocent family fun, right? Sure, except there are […]
Robert J. Samuelson says student motivation is the problem in U. S. schools. I’m not surprised. Learn more.
Please tell me one vote doesn’t make a difference. It made a big difference for women.
Daffodils on the doorstep, that’s how my blog begins. There were six of them, three stems of two cuddled together, an impromptu nosegay. Picked earlier in the day they were […]