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"
Christmas. Excitement. Anticipation. Going out of town. Or company’s coming. And Santa Claus. Sleigh bells ring, Are you listening? It’s a gearing-up. And a winding-down. All at the same time. Big holiday. End of a year. Wrapping gifts. Stringing lights. Decorating trees. Lighting candles. Saying prayers. Singing carols. Feeling the heart. Feeling the heat. Especially […]Read more "MERRY CHRISTMAS"
December 12. Just another day. But also somebody’s birthday. Gustave Flaubert. Edvard Munch. Edward G. Robinson. Frank Sinatra. Bob Barker. Remember him? (The Price Is Right!) Connie Francis. (Where the Boys Are…) Dionne Warwick. Cathy Rigby. Cathy who? It’s also the date many have died. Douglas Fairbanks. Winston Churchill’s wife, Clementine. A formidable person in […]Read more "IT’S A MIRACLE"
All aboard! Last month before 2019. All hands on deck. Stow your carry-on under your seat. Hang on to your hats. Hold tight the reins. We’re off and running. December is our final stop. Destination: the New Year. And December is here. With it comes turquoise. And narcissus. The official birthstone. And flower. So away […]Read more "THINK GLOBAL, SHOP LOCAL"
Know. Knew. Knowledge. Knit. Knot. Knead. Knife. Knee. Words with a silent “k.” As though they start with “N.” But it wasn’t always that-a-way. So says the Smithsonianmagazine. The “k” lived well into the 15thCentury. And was spoken as such. Who k-new? And even prevailed in northern England and Scotland through the 19thCentury. No kidding. […]Read more "KNOCK, KNOCK. WHO’S THERE?"