Several weeks ago, I came across some clipped-together pages from a one-day-at-a-glance calendar; all of them contained quotations from Robert Fulghum, the author of All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten fame. As I read through the collection, I realized these quotations still meant something to me, even after who knows how […]

My mom and dad came to see me and my family today. They are 79 and 84, respectively, so it’s really we who should have been going to see them. They live in Kaysville, about 50 miles away from here, in the house that I grew up in, the only house I have any really clear […]

I don’t feel that old, but I guess it’s all a matter of perspective. The older I get the younger older people look to me. Then again, the younger the young people seem. Well, maybe not. My kids seem to be getting more mature, but I feel like I’m about the same age I was […]

There’s something about a cape or a cloak that brings out the child in just about everyone.  Put on a black Batman cape and suddenly you are Batman, roaring down the darkened city streets in your bullet-proof Bat Mobile, heading towards the center of Gotham and the Joker Choose a red cape and the adventure […]

Do you like to read? How much? Do you read cereal boxes while you’re eating the contents? Do you read shampoo bottles while you’re lathering up in the shower? Do you read every road sign that you pass as you’re driving down the road? What about bumper stickers? License plates? Advertisements on the sides of […]