I was lying prone in the doorway of the upstairs bathroom when I had the revelation: wouldn't it be fabulous if doctors made house calls again?
I am so amazed by the Christmas lights; the beautiful arrangements in store fronts, and the imaginative décor at various homes.
Death and funerals are a weird thing, but I've learned that what keeps you going is the people around you.
The U.S. economy continues to recover from the depths of the Great Recession, and North Carolina continues to recover at a faster rate than the national average.
I have never had to go over the river and through the wood to get to Grandma's house. In my childhood hometown of Rochester, N.Y. it was instead by way of icy roads and along snow-covered canopies.
Torture is illegal. Period. End of debate. There is no legal, moral or probable justification for torture.
It happens every year about this time; it is as predictable as the rising of the sun. No, it is not Christmas to which I am referring.
The other day I met the ideal person that I love to work with. There was a man who came into the store looking for a supplement to help control his diabetes.
Twenty years ago, a new organization formed here in Rutherford County – a grassroots effort of individuals who saw a need and responded.
As a new father, one thing I have learned a great deal about in the last three years is the number of excuses kids can come up with to not do anything.