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From a wild pony, to a mount too big to saddle, to Legend: All of my equine companions have a special place in my memory.
My father and I both knew what was really going on when I got him to shoot hoops. It wasn’t really about basketball – it was about the connection.
To many, the desert spring where my wife and I live is remote and isolated. But to others it is a center, or can become one.
I come from a more decorous time, when there were “school clothes” and “play clothes.” How you were dressed might get you a job – or bar you from it.
Dogs compete during the traditional Sedivackuv Long dog sled race in the Czech Republic on Jan. 23, 2020.
Wind that whistles is a thrill in the Northwest, where I snuggle in my bed and contemplate the mighty motion of the atmosphere.
When I would “run away” from home, I always used to pack washcloths. But my daughter makes equally quirky decisions.
I felt cold chills down my arms when I realized that I recognized this book's setting: We had a home on the exact river the author was describing.
One person can put many on edge; one person can help spread calm as well. That's why, when I was burgled, I chose to mentor the culprit.
The tuba is not a nimble instrument. But there’s a Christmas carol perfectly suited to its cadence that transports me.
Growing up, family visits in Jackson, Mississippi always included epic games of gin, hearts, and spades.
I was in Nepal on business, and I had only one chance to see the peaks of the Himalayas. Or so I thought.
My earliest companions included “Richie Rich” and “Little Archie,” but also “Jane Eyre” (the comic).
I’ve inherited my father’s penchant for purchasing “miracle” devices, a few of which actually work.
Temperatures in Djibouti can reach 113 degrees F. But the rewards I get from my running habit are worth it. Here’s why.
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