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Higher Calling: A Sunday Of Baptism And Reaffirmation

August 24, 2016 “I could just sit — I could just sit and wait for all your goodness Hope to feel your presenc. more »»

The House On Superior Street

August 21, 2016 My cousin Martha Jean Larson was my best pal when we were children. I always admired Martha’s house. It was a welcoming home, one that called you in off the sidewalks to take refuge in it. more »»


August 21, 2016 I’m sure many have been and/or will be sitting in front of their televisions watching some, much, or even most of the seventeen days of Olympic competition coming from Rio de Janeiro. more »»

National Potato Day

August 21, 2016 Sometimes I think I just enjoy a challenge. How much — really — can one say about today’s commemorating National Potato Day? We all know what they are. more »»

Ready Or Not, Here Comes School

August 21, 2016 The opening of school is up in the air where I live. There is an ongoing contract impasse and the teachers have authorized a strike. They have worked under their old contract for two extra years. more »»

Editor's Note

August 20, 2016 Another year, another summer of “jeeze, this summer is flying by. more »»

The Ride Around The Lake

August 20, 2016 I do some writing for the tourism bureau here in Chautauqua County, which, by the way, does an excellent job marketing our are. more »»

The Endless Enigma (Part One)

August 18, 2016 Would I rather see it live, or listen to it in my car? This is often the dilemma I face when I must consider how best to consume my music. The introvert in me will always choose the latter. more »»

The Granddog, The Cats, The Old Dogs

August 17, 2016 Marty came to visit. He is a granddog. We have two granddogs, plus an in-law dog. They coexist with our pair of Lab-sized mutts on occasion. more »»

What I Can Do: Pinterest And Failure

August 17, 2016 I am not a Pinterest mom. No matter how hard I try, I can’t take an old dresser and used coffee filters, and turn them into 50 different time-saving objects. more »»

Be True To Your School

August 14, 2016 In some states schools are back in session. more »»

That Red Flower

August 14, 2016 Mid-July. The flower is bac. more »»

Hide And Seek

August 14, 2016 I had a game of hide and seek recently when my cat, Goliath, chased a mouse into the house. He was making a very funny sound by the door and I figured that he wanted in. more »»

The Miracle Of Mary Miller

August 13, 2016 By Margot Russell margot62@aol. more »»

Editor's Note

August 13, 2016 Ever see a car on the road and think “How in the world did that thing pass inspection!?” I am now a not-so-proud owner of one of those vehicles. more »»

My Days Working With Allen Park Ponies

August 13, 2016 By Susan Ewing editorial@ Sandy Robison mentioned the ponies at Allen Park in a recent column and that brought back a flood of memories. more »»

Hello Hurricane

August 11, 2016 It may seem ludicrous to say after all the recent writing I’ve done about my extensive gigging in the past months, but I’m heading into busy season now. more »»

A Letter To My Husband

August 10, 2016 “I’m thinking ‘bout how people fall in love in mysterious ways, Maybe it’s all part of a plan. I’ll just keep on making the same mistakes Hoping that you’ll understand. more »»

Seeking Help In A Troubled Marriage

August 7, 2016 The previous article provided a cursory reference to a growing trend — marital longevity and transition into separation or divorce. Once again, this article is not, I repeat, not an endorsement. more »»

Life Growing Up On Chautauqua Lake

August 7, 2016 To grow up on this lake means to understand the seasons, to watch the colors change from bright and uplifting blues to the dark, army greens. more »»



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