The sun is shining, snow is melting away, and fresh fruits and vegetables are looking more and more vibrant.
After all these years, I’ve never questioned or doubted the existence of the Easter Bunny. What I do question is: How did the bunny and the egg become Easter traditions?
We arrived at the supermarket at the same moment. I jumped out of my car, impatient to be done with the seemingly endless chore of stocking the cupboards. But they took their time, this frail, elderly couple who helped one another through the process of maneuvering stiff joints and car doors.
New bills would ban hotels and motels in Philadelphia from renting rooms by the hour.
It’s finally spring! The flowers aren’t quite blooming yet, but the snow is over (I hope). As the residue of winter storms have now been turned into water, much of the Northeast has become saturated with sogginess. How much ice and snow is too much? Where will all this water go?
Congrats to local librarian
As I continue my 422-mile walk across Pennsylvania, I’m reminded that it was five years ago this week that Congress voted the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) into law, promising to control costs and offer better coverage to more Americans.
Age-related macular degeneration is an eye disease causing poor vision in more than 10 million older Americans.
A voice for the Northeast
It’s the Lenten season, and you may be someone who has to eat fish on Fridays. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy it. A fine fish dinner is a blessing.