Friday, June 23, 2017

Down through decades of society's leanings, one undeniable difference is the once-held notion that children are to be seen and not heard.

Judith Sutherland recalls her own childhood experiences hunting mushrooms during the height of the season.

Bob Gibbs or "Gibsy" always worked a full-time factory job but helped area farmers "just for fun" at the end of sometimes grueling double shifts.

The climb to attain what seems to matter is set to music by the group Little Big Town in a song titled Free.

“If your dog doesn’t like someone, you probably shouldn’t either.” So true!

Manners, often taught on the porches, in the backyards and the barn floors, stay with us, thanks to some busy person in our lives finding a moment.

The students learn all types of dancing, including the square dance and the waltz, which teaches timing and a need to pay attention to a partner.

Farming, with its demands, its solitude, new life and certain death, puts us in tune with the harsh, yet holy, cycle of life.

Learn more about how you can help Heidi Marie Stieber, a life-long philanthropist, battle remitting and relapsing multiple sclerosis.

We were brought up with the realization that everything had a cost, even if it could not be figured in dollars and cents.
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