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Well it’s Dec. 7, and our Christmas tree at home is up and decorated; about a week earlier than in the past, as I recall, but the holiday spirit is in our home.
This week I took a turn volunteering at the Yavapai Food Bank on East Long Mesa Drive, Prescott Valley, through an agreement with our company, and the camaraderie of a group of people working for a common purpose is always a great experience.
With Thanksgiving just eight days away, I’m looking forward to the holiday season starting in earnest in the Quad Cities.
This week, we reported that the Northern Arizona VA Health Care System had signed an intergovernmental agreement with the City of Prescott to provide water service to the Fort Whipple Housing project on leased property at the Prescott VA campus.
As you are reading this, the Arizona Diamondbacks have either tied the World Series with the Texas Rangers at two games apiece or are facing a must-win Game 5, down three games to one.
My wife and I recently had a visit from my niece and her boyfriend, so, especially since her boyfriend had never been to Arizona, a trip to the Grand Canyon was practically mandatory.
With school starting up again, fall sports season is just around the corner (Has it really been 41 years since I competed in cross-country running and distance track as a senior?), ...
Remember when the math teachers used to tell you in school that “You won’t always have a calculator on your hip”? Who knew that someday you actually would …
In May, I wrote about how I was looking forward to the fall, and picking up my favorite TV shows where they left off.
Probably the biggest difference between living in the Arizona Central Highlands, which my wife and I have done for four years after living all our lives in the East, is the warmth toward strangers.
Here’s hoping everybody had a great Fourth of July weekend in the Quad Cities, and what a weekend it was!
This week, my wife and I had the pleasure of a hike along the Aspen Creek Trail in Prescott.
With the season finale of “FBI Most Wanted” Tuesday night, all of my favorite television programs have wrapped up another season, and I’m looking forward to the return of the three Dick Wolf Tuesday night productions – “FBI,” “FBI International” and “FBI Most Wanted” – this fall, along with my other small-screen favorites of “SWAT,” “Fire Country” and “Blue Bloods” on Friday nights, “The Equalizer” on Sunday nights, and “NCIS” on Monday nights.
This past weekend, I watched the movie “A Man Called Otto,” the latest brilliant film of Tom Hanks, which is based on the Fredrik Backman novel “A Man Called Ove.”
After my father-in-law passed away a couple weeks ago, I immediately began to recall certain “Kodak Moments,” for those of you old enough to remember that phrase...