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Be a Grandma Betty

Most of us just want to get back to that place, where life was simple and we couldn’t wait for Grandma’s fried trout for dinner. When I saw this picture of my Grandma Betty, I could hear the river rushing, the sound of four-wheelers in the distance, and my beautiful grandma giggling gleefully with every catch she reeled in. 581 more words

Fly Fishing

Southern Snow Hikes

Like any true Southerner, we holed ourselves up during last weekends snowstorm. 9 inches is a LOT here in Greensboro, and the city shuts down. 353 more words

Get Outside

Packing lunches. 9 to 5s. Arranging child care swaps so you can work. Arranging child care swaps so you can mow the lawn.

Math homework. Laundry. 644 more words


Preserving The Gambia's Cultural Heritage

Over Christmas I was very lucky to be able to visit the small country of The Gambia situated in West Africa south of the Sahara Desert. 352 more words

The Natural World

December 18 @ Deuteronomy 29-30

Deuteronomy 29-30 (NLT) 

Discover His heart: He offers us the choice between life and death

When my grandparents left their homeland of Italy in the early 1900’s as single young people, I’m fairly certain they were not thinking about me and their other grandchildren and great grandchildren. 540 more words

Daily Devotions

On Ethics: Do Ethics Matter Anymore?

I have discussed ethics on An American Editor in a number of essays (see, e.g., “On Ethics: To Out or Not to Out Clients” [ 1,108 more words

Editorial Matters