The Good and Plenty Story

In our house, it’s always been called the “Good & Plenty Story.” Yes, it relates to the licorice candy – the pink and white candies that make up the oldest […]

Have Courage and be Kind . . . to a Point.

I was on vacation – on a cruise. I was returning to the ship after taking a quick jaunt on the island. As I entered the pool deck, there was […]

Don’t You Just Love a Comeback!

Don’t You Just Love a Comeback! The other week – I counted 4 comebacks. Tiger Woods was leading the Wyndham Championship and the roar of the crowd and excitement for […]

TRUMP IS CONTROVERSIAL – BUT NOT WHEN IT COMES TO BANKRUPTCY

Were you one of the 24 million who tuned into the GOP Debate? Similar to the media frenzy leading up to the debate, the post-debate focus has been another frenzy […]

Freedom or Slavery. A Tale of Two Flags

The heightened state of alertsraised over possible terrorist attacks on Independence Day tweaked my state of anxiety. Fortunately, July 4 came and went without incident, and another year of fireworks, […]

Happy Birthday for the Stars and Stripes

Freedom Or Slavery: A Tale of Two Flags The heightened state of alerts raised over possible terrorist attacks on Independence Day tweaked my state of anxiety as the holiday approached. […]

Let’s Go Krogering

When I was a toddler, my family shopped at the Dixfield market on Eight Mile Road– in close proximity to our South of Nine Mile Road Oak Park home. I […]

What Goes Around Comes Around

When we are infants and children, we depend upon our parents to care for us – to teach us and to guide us so that we are safe. Somewhere around […]