Gardening for All Ages and Abilities

With spring right around the corner, many people are itching to get out of the house and into the garden. Whether you are growing your own food or are growing ornamentals, gardening is good for body and soul. Like so many other activities, gardening can become more difficult if you…

To Grandmother’s House we Go

When I was a boy, we lived on a farm in Rockbridge County. We had over 200 acres of woods and rolling hills to explore. My grandmother lived right across the road. We always enjoyed walking across the road to visit my grandmother. She always took time to talk with…

2020 Vision

January is the start of a New Year. This year we not only begin a new year but a new decade as well. As I reflect on the year that just ended and look forward to the coming year I am thankful for the blessings I have received and I…

Fall Colors

October is one of the most beautiful months in this part of the world. The mountainsides erupt in a blaze of color that is truly breathtaking. Bright and beautiful yellows, reds, and oranges take the place of the tranquil green that dominated the view all summer long. Those of us…

Independence

July brings Independence Day. On July 4 we celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence and our birth as a nation. Although many view the Fourth of July as a day off of work, cookouts, and fireworks, it is meant to be a day we celebrate independence. Many people…

A Brand New Year

As I write this, it is a few days before Christmas. Everyone is scurrying around getting their last minute preparations done. The children are nearly bursting with excitement and anticipation. Festive lights and sounds are everywhere. By the time you read these words, however, the year 2019 will have begun….

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