With the new school year happening, stress may be upon those who think they have a quick decision to make.
My old friend, Gary, whom I’ve been best buds with since the early days of the LBJ Administration, recently retired after almost 40 years with the U.S. Postal Service.
I must confess. I dislike grocery shopping.
I like to cook. And I love to eat. But grocery shopping is not my forte.
Julia: I was touched by your commentary regarding Douglas Bransom’s Mother’s Day poem written during World War II.
Would it be too much to ask for the presidential candidates to give us a clue about their plans for the American food supply?
Doyle: Please read and comment on a Mother’s Day poem mailed in 1943 by my oldest brother, Douglas Bransom, to our mother. Douglas was serving in the U.S.
It pains me deep-like when those near and dear to me are hurting. And lately, the folks in my oldest sister’s family are having a bit of an identity crisis.
Most of the Lone Star State has seen a deluge of rain the last few days.
And the forecast? More rain.
I really like Francis Ford Coppola. The Francis Ford Coppola Winery near Geyserville, California, is one of my favorite places to visit in that part of the world.