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Find your own blue ribbon specialties
Kym Seabolt reminds readers why we need to make sure we keep up our "homemade" skills for the coming generations.
Will work for wooden nickels
Judith Sutherland's grandfathers chose her to be their conversation courier. As an adult, she recalls the hilarious messages they relayed to her.
Easter calls to mind family history and a legacy of...
Judith Sutherland reminisces about her grandparents and all their love built, beginning in a simple ceremony on Easter in 1931.
Kym Seabolt's daughter loves her apartment, law school and her grown-up life, but she will always be her daddy's girl.
Finding the joy in everyday tasks
Perhaps enlightenment isn't an antidote to the drudgery of mundane chores. Rather, enlightenment is discovering the joy inherent within these tasks.
Sutherland looks back on head injury with gratitude for healing
Judith Sutherland looks back on a head injury she suffered eight years ago with gratitude, realizing it could have been worse.
Presence is a wonderful gift
Judith Sutherland reunites with her long-lost church camp friend, Kindra.
Sundays were a time to slow down
During Judith Sutherland's youth, nothing — absolutely no business of any kind — was open on Sunday.
Savoring the last days of summer in Cook Forest
Julie Geiss and her family spent the last Sunday before school started at Cook Forest State Park in Cooksburg, Pennsylvania.
Riding the metal wave left by my iron-bending Uncle Honey
Alan Guebert returned to the fields of his youth with a metal detector more advanced than the one he used 40 years ago. Find out what he uncovered.