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Summertime And The River Is Lazy

August 3, 2016 I love low rivers in summertime. Hereabouts, we are blessed. Our rivers, though bug-friendly, do not house the nostril-clogging swarms found further north. more »»

Divorce Is No Laughing Matter

July 31, 2016 Thankfully, modern medicine continues with extensive research to advance lives. more »»

Show Up. Say The Words

July 31, 2016 When bad things happen in life, we find out who cares for us, truly, and who doesn’t. It’s that simple. But finding out can be a painful experience. more »»

Adjectives … Double Edged Swords?

July 31, 2016 Today’s topic has been addressed before, but because devastating things (which appear to be intolerant and/or hate motivated) keep happening in this country and world, it needs to be revisited more... more »»

The Joke’s On Me

July 31, 2016 Somewhere I have two full pages of good (well, I thought so) jokes culled from earlier readings. They seem hopelessly lost now. more »»

No Man Is An Island

July 31, 2016 I recently attended a high school reunion. I have been to all of them except one when my husband was having chemo. High school friends remain close. more »»

If We Didn’t Have To Age

July 30, 2016 Editor’s Note: A Lakewood Lense is running in this space this week due to a change to The Post-Journal’s regular printing schedule this week. It will return to Page C1 next week. more »»

Editor's Note

July 30, 2016 It is with a heavy heart that I write my last Editor’s Note for The Post-Journal. I don’t mean heavy with sadness — but with emotio. more »»

Life’s A Love Song

July 28, 2016 The first time I played in front of a live audience with my own band, my heart was in my throat, I was sweating profusely and my nerves were a ball of tightly clenched fury. more »»

Stress Test Produced Pre-Test Stress

July 27, 2016 Did I glow in the dark? If not, the effects of last week’s radioactive-material heart scans sandwiched around a treadmill stress test must have worn off. more »»

Community: A Story And An Invitation

July 27, 2016 I only remember a few memories from my very early childhood. We moved to Jamestown when I was either three or four, and I remember being very happy about my new room in my childhood home. more »»

Where They ARE Now

July 24, 2016 The idea for today’s narrative came after my close friend, Ray Belliotti, proposed a story idea (to a different periodical) about the 2006 Fredonia High School State Baseball Champions, and a 10-yea... more »»

America’s Favorite Dessert

July 24, 2016 There was no doubt about it my husband loved ice cream. After barn chores were done especially in the summer months he enjoyed a big bowl of ice cream. I do not think he had any favorite flavor. more »»

Editor's Note

July 23, 2016 I’m consistently amazed by the way life twists and turns in all sorts of different directions. more »»

A Happy Camper

July 23, 2016 Last week, I decided I’d had enough of missing summe. more »»

Beat The Heat

July 23, 2016 We’ve had some pretty hot days recently and the summer’s far from ove. more »»

Where The Heart Is

July 21, 2016 I’m an introspective introvert with a flair for occasional oversensitivity, yet I’m not ashamed in the least. more »»

Pokemon Go: The Greatest Catch

July 20, 2016 I have walked over 8 miles in the past two days. Not because I’ve adopted some crazy fitness regimen or because my car broke down somewhere, but rather because I have been bitten by the Pokemon bu. more »»

The Absence Of Bats

July 16, 2016 I’ve been asking people all summer if they’ve noticed that the bats are gone and most people are surprised at first, then doubtful, then they Google it to find the truth, then they’re dismayed. more »»

Editor's Note

July 16, 2016 My love for summertime is strengthened not only by the lovely weather, but also the landscape that comes to life in the sunshine. more »»

 
 
 

 

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