Valentine’s Day. Heartache. Heart throb. Heartfelt. Heart’s desire. Some reject it. Or neglect it. Shop windows reflect it. Restaurants celebrate it. Such as Willow Creek Café & Club. Valentine’s Dinner Special for Two— Two Certified Angus 12 oz. Ribeyes. Choice of baked potato or fries. Salad bar, roll, and tea. And a Special Valentine’s Dessert. […]Read more "LOVE IT!"
Gee whiz. There’s a new science out there. It’s called Gee-Whiz-ology. You heard it here first. (Because I just made it up.) A new science for the New Age. The study of awe. As in “awesome.” Or “wowie zowie.” We can say that about so many things in life. The very ordinary becomes extraordinary. Every […]Read more "MAKES YOU WONDER"
Robin. Right there on the Courthouse lawn. Bob-bobbin along. Maybe that means early spring. Or maybe it means nothing. Or maybe it’s like the old saying: The early bird gets the worm. Those old sayings may be old. But they’re full of common sense. Which is not so common. Just look at our politicians. A lotta […]Read more "LET SLEEPING DOGS LIE"
Another day in Mason. Another day of life. One day at a time. And some days a particular piece of white paper. Not just any paper. Funeral notices. Posted outside shops and offices surrounding the square. And beyond. Like little flags flapping white in the wind. Those who pass by look closer. Whether local or […]Read more "THE TREE OF LIFE"
Mason Gas Co. truck. Now that’s a sight for sore eyes. Especially when the weather plunges to 20 degrees. And your tank is empty. Same goes for Community Service. Bring on the propane. Fill ’er up. Light that fire. Or gather up the wood and build one. This is definitely fireplace weather. Cold Gray. Dreary […]Read more "DON’T CATCH COLD"
1…2. Buckle my shoe. The New Year is here. As of yesterday. One day. Come and gone. And we’re off. Into 2019. Whether you say “Two Thousand Nineteen.” Or “Twenty Nineteen.” It’s a fact. It’s here. New beginnings. A fresh start. Drop-kick 2018. And drop-kick is what the Punchersdid all season. Kicked every opponent to […]Read more "SO VERY, VERY NEW"
’Twas the night after Christmas. And all through the house. Everyone slept. Even the mouse. The stockings that were hung Now lay on the floor. Santa’s gone. There’ll be no more. So many guests. So many laughs. So much food. Might have to fast. Paper and ribbons And boxes galore. TV on. What’s the score? […]Read more "HAPPY HOLIDAYS"