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Temperatures in Djibouti can reach 113 degrees F. But the rewards I get from my running habit are worth it. Here’s why.
Long before the fall of the Berlin Wall, rock music provided a focal point for the dissatisfaction of younger East Germans.
We couldn’t avoid visiting at Yellowstone’s tourist peak. But we could adjust our outlook. Despite the congestion, we had an excellent time.
So many classic children’s books are problematic now. But the detective series starring Nancy Drew has proved to be an exception.
Ravil Izhmukhametov sits outside his family’s house in the village of Sibilyakovo in Omsk region, Russia, Sept. 1, 2019.
She’d always been there for me in my career; it’s only fair that the tables would turn. The Ms. Senior Missouri USA pageant was her time to shine.
After the leaves have fallen and gardens have shriveled, the witch hazel declares, “The show must go on.”
The pewter urns. The silver. The furniture of known provenance. Now I know why the pharaohs were buried with so much stuff.
It’s my home’s imperfections that make it interesting. But it’s not only the house. Everything I own seems to have a glitch, often by my choice.
She was her family’s jean-patcher growing up, so she hated holes as an adult. But what about fashionable ones?
I never dreamed I’d be a tech reviewer – or that it would provide such an occasion for cooperation and growth.
It was during a time of transition that our car needed an oil change, and my Uncle Dale offered a hand.
My young friend needed help with her garden. I can’t work my smartphone or my computer, but suddenly I was no longer a fogey, but an authentic Elder.
What is the charm of the average mud puddle to youngsters? It’s only dirt and water. Is it the sound of the splash?
In a cycle of homegrown food – seeding, growing, tending, harvesting – I came to understand a different version of the American dream.
Less noise. More insight.