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It may be hard to believe that, after almost two years, COVID-19 is still a major issue in the U.S. and the world over. It continues to affect our health and health care and to disrupt our daily lives. And the emergence of new variants, like omicron, can add even more uncertainty about when …

I’ve recently been contacted by a distant cousin. We are both interested in family history and have exchanged information. That has been fine, but she has shared something else… the “tag” she puts on all her emails.

Many of us look back on our time at school with fond memories, but those who were frequently bullied might look back and feel differently. There are not many logical reasons why someone is bullied, but to grasp a deeper understanding of what bullying is, we also need to know how and why bull…

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This coming month we will celebrate Thanksgiving Day. Many will be cooking turkeys, baking apple pies, pumpkin pies, and sweet potato pies.  It is important to get together with family especially after a long time of being distanced from our families.  

Halloween is one of the most highly anticipated holidays for fun festivities, but it might look a little different this year. With any holiday or special event, families have the opportunity to get creative and create new traditions. The most important part about incorporating new traditions…

Our family has had several pets: two dogs and two cats, to be specific. Our cat, Cali, was the last one to die, just a few weeks ago. She and her sister, Squeaks, were left on our deck by their mother in 2003. Like our dogs, we were blessed by their presence for many years.