Hey guys. It's been a long time. I'm sorry. Really. But I've been trying to readjust myself from tropical paradise to actual, you know, life. I've been a little blue. And a lot distracted. And I'm sorry. So I have some catching up to do, first of all: Here's a Timmy for you: Here and … Continue reading Reservoirs and Garbage
So. That story about Ellen Paquette and her harp of awesomeness - which is named Oleander, by the way - spawned a series. Stories of the many hospice volunteers who also do cool shit. It really is amazing that volunteers provide the majority of services at Hospice of Warren County. What's so very cool about … Continue reading Hospice and Volunteers
Here's the story I was interviewing Ellen for when I posted that delightful photo of High Tea at the Arbor Tree Cafe and Tea House last week. Ellen plays harp for Hospice patients. She's becoming a Certified Clinical Musician. Read all about it here!
This is an 80 inch story that ran uncut. Eighty inches is...date I say it...'uge. As a certain Gropenfuhrer might say. What's funny is that were well known for our conservative right canned editorials. And people actually called to ask whether we will be covering the March for Life that's going on. John wrote back and … Continue reading Marches and (Local) Marchers
Just because. Woody Guthrie gets credit for the words. Billy and Wilco get credit for making the best cover ever.
Facebook is a War Zone. People are exhausted and grouchy no matter which side of the political sphere they're on. I'm trying to simply compile the words of men and women who marched around the world because I feel it's important to cover. It's important to give coherence to what seems to opponents like just … Continue reading Minchin Monday and Catalytic Converters
I asked Pete Pitts to say a few words about the theme I chose to focus on with this month's columns and blogs. The theme was "Intention." Being "on purpose," if you will. So without further ado, here's Pete! I didn’t plan on my life turning out this way, originally. I have been surprised and … Continue reading “What’s Your Intention?” A Guest Post by Pete Pitts