Saturday, February 4, 2023
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Judith Sutherland recalls the snow day adventures of her youth.

Judith Sutherland recalls the year she made a friend who had many freedoms, the envy she felt and her eventual appreciation for her parents and their rules.

Things always change. And that is one truth we each carry with us, no matter our station in this life," Judith Sutherland writes in her column this week.

Alan Guebert recalls late-summer campouts on the Mississippi with his older brother David during his youth.

Being grounded to the earth, whether through the planting of a small garden or hundreds of acres of crops, is often seated in where we were born.

Judith Sutherland recalls the day she and her classmates saved her first-grade teacher from the noisy, dizzying nightmare of a horrifying mouse.

Kym Seabolt shares the childhood lies her mother told her.

Bryce Angell crafts a poem about his grandson's unique show-and-tell idea.

The enormous step children take when they start school is such a bittersweet moment for parents everywhere.

Judith Sutherland reflects on the magic and wonderment of her own childhood as she considers her grandson's fascination with a magic show he enjoyed.