Thursday, August 11, 2022
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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.

Who doesn't love Charlie Brown? He is sort of all of us, small and attempting to be mighty, prone to the simplest of mistakes, at one time or another.

Judith Sutherland's grandfathers chose her to be their conversation courier. As an adult, she recalls the hilarious messages they relayed to her.

In the wise words of a fellow Gen X childhood survivor “we didn’t go home unless a bone was sticking out, someone was unconscious … or it was time to eat.”  

One of the biggest lessons learned from playing games during her childhood was how to be diplomatic winners and good losers.

Bryce Angell's latest poem details the vivid imagination of a young boy's imaginative day catching rustlers on his farm.

Children play a special role in adding value to the lives of those who have lived long enough to lose the loved ones they shared their lives with.

Judith Sutherland's grandaughter transforms her living room into a doctor's office, farm, grocery store, kitchen and salon during an imaginative afternoon.

Everything from barn ball to pasture puck hockey served as a great foundation toward building a whole lot of strong kids.

Judith Sutherland recalls being taught the virtue of patience during childhood and many situations where being patient paid off.