I left my gall bladder at Mercy Health St. Anne’s Hospital. It wasn’t nearly as much fun as when I left my heart in San Francisco and returned home after gorging on marvelous high-caloric foods. Other than getting rid of the pesky organ,
Now that the holiday traditions are over for another year, how about trying something in the non-traditional circle? If your answer is yes, please join me at the home of Ruth Anne Walsh of Swanton for a birthday shower. It’s not a standard
Owner of Miss Lily’s in Grand Rapids feeds customers waiting in the trees.
Christmas Eve is the perfect time to share the story of one of the kindest men I have ever known: my father, Milton Tennyson Powell, a mail carrier out of the Adrian, Mich., post office. Each year at the holiday season as I address and mail
Temporary remedies cost most in the long run.
In this season of giving, the life story of Frank and Shirley Dick takes on special emphasis. Do All The Good You Can, the Dicks’ motto in their years of marriage, is the title of the book that traces their lives from rural Ohio to his
Baubles from Tiedtke’s among holiday treasures of Lake Seneca woman.
Are you envious? The little green bungalow is decorated to the hilt for Christmas and has been for two weeks. I jokingly call it a third-class gift shop because there is so much stuff in limited space, but that’s the way we do it when the
Happy Birthday, Gladys. Twenty-five years is a great achievement. I am very proud of you and of myself for having faith in you all these years. But, old girl, we made it. When the historical license plate was fastened tight to your rear end, it was
Like father, like son is a well-documented adage that fits Jeffrey Docking and his son Taylor like a comfortable shoe. Taylor was 14 years old when his dad was appointed president of Adrian College in 2005, but he obviously observed Mr.