What’s The Deal With ...
May 15, 2016 Sometimes I look at my world through the long-running television series “Seinfeld” as I see a little bit of myself in each of the main characters and relate to some of the situations those character... more »»
Shouldn’t Common Courtesy Day Be Every Day?
May 15, 2016 One day as I made my morning commute, I heard the people on the radio discussing that it was Common Courtesy Day. I never knew there was such a day. Off and on, they mentioned some common courtesie. more »»
The King Of Pancakes
May 15, 2016 When I remember my grandfather Carl Victor Forsberg, who came here from Hallefors, Varmland, Sweden, I see him standing by the kitchen stove in his gray flannel pajamas and robe. more »»
May 14, 2016 I knew we would enjoy our visit to Richmond, Va., but I never dreamed I’d see so many gorgeous animals — not only dogs, but horses, cows, sheep and pigs — all at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. more »»
May 14, 2016 For those of you who don’t know, Scott Shelters, city editor, has left The Post- Journal. He was hired in 2011 as a reporter and became an editor in 2012. more »»
Calling For Mother
May 8, 2016 “Mom, Mom, Mom, Mommy, Mommy, Mommy, Mama, Mama, Mama, Ma, Ma…” That’s one of Sally’s ringtones on her phone that she sometimes uses notifying her that our son, Jon, is calling her. more »»
When Mother Is A Best Friend
May 8, 2016 Think about your relationship with your mother. How do you view her? Is she your best friend and ally? I think when children are young they do not fully appreciate the concept of motherhood. more »»
May 7, 2016 The seven-month-old niece of my co-worker Sallie Walker made a special visit to The Post-Journal on Wednesday. more »»
One Word For A Mother
May 7, 2016 I was trying to think of a word that perfectly exemplifies motherhood, but how do you wrap up a lifetime of love and commitment and put it into one little word? But then I stumbled upon the word... more »»