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March 30, 2011 We are bombarded by a world of news that often is categorized as bad. News stories we read, hear or see reflect troubling events surrounding each of us. more »»

I Love You

February 9, 2011 I love you. It’s a simple phrase we hear every day in the world around us. more »»

Bundleman (Part 4 of 4)

December 21, 2010 In morning light the station came to life with the comings and goings of people. Patrick worked up the courage to ask one of the station workers about the address on the tattered letter. more »»

Bundleman (Part 3 of 4)

December 14, 2010 Patrick’s trip was uneventful as the train moved toward its destination. The ticket he purchased gave the train workers the ability to keep him on the right tracks. more »»

Bundleman (Part 2 of 4)

December 8, 2010 As morning light arrived, the cargo ship’s engines began to slow upon entering New York Harbor. more »»

Bundleman (Part 1 of 4)

December 1, 2010 In the large room, the single light over the door was the only illumination of the cargo held within the closed space. more »»

Along The Way

November 10, 2010 Along the way in our lives, we each meet many different people. Some are forgotten with the passing of time, while others remain part of our memories, even if the meeting was but for a brief momen. more »»

In Search Of The Pawpaw Tree

October 6, 2010 At this time of year when the evenings are getting cooler, I think about the smell of fresh banana bread coming from the kitchen. more »»

Privy Treasures

September 1, 2010 If I were to say buried treasure, most people think of gold and silver hidden long ago. For Tom Zahnow of Sherrard buried treasure means privie. more »»

Insect Days Of Summer

August 18, 2010 Summer has just passed midways, if you were to gauge it by our orbital path around the sun. Scientifically we still have until the third week in September to enjoy the 2010 summer season. more »»

For The Shear Joy

August 4, 2010 It is that time of year where it seems every state, county, and town has some sort of fair. The state fairs are large, gala affairs that may last two to three weeks. more »»

First West Virginia Hot Tub

July 28, 2010 Last Sunday, a heavy summer storm dumped a quick rain on the area where I liv. more »»

Happy Trails

July 20, 2010 Going once, going twice, sold for $266,000! If you’re wondering what American icon was just sold by Christie’s in New York, I will give you a hint; it has been dead and stuffed since 1965. more »»


July 7, 2010 I have heard it said that the sense of smell is perhaps the strongest of our five senses at bringing back old memories. more »»

Elderberry Storm

June 23, 2010 Recently, Louie was looking out of the window in our shop at an approaching storm. The dark clouds foreshadowed the heavy rains that closely followed the advancing darkness. more »»

The Fate Of War

June 16, 2010 The pages of history often take a great deal of time to turn. Recently the pages turned for the final time in the lives of two men separated by an ocean and countries. more »»

One Snip Star

June 9, 2010 I have always had a fascination with our nation’s history. Especially when it involves the stories of individuals that helped to build our great country. more »»

The Finder

June 2, 2010 If you were like most kids growing up, you may have spent a summer afternoon hunting for lost treasure. more »»

Wild Hickory Nuts

May 26, 2010 Have you ever looked at a pine tree and it made you hungry? Or, how about driving by a swampy area and you looked over at a stand of cattails that made you think of a nice cattail salad? If you have... more »»


May 19, 2010 Last week, I used the side of my face to stop the travel of a wayward wrench. The experience gave me the opportunity for a few brief moments to view stars of a galaxy far, far wa. more »»



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