Temperature is partly a matter of expectation.
New Year’s is the time for parties, staying up till midnight and making resolutions.
It is an act of faith on Jan. 1 of hope for the future that we will get to celebrate those birthdays one more year.
“I still remember the thrill of buying my own first car for $75.”
Many of those shopping beautiful malls of yesteryear are closed or half-empty.
One of columnist’s clearest memories was something that happened in fifth grade at holiday time.
Decision of what we keep and what we throw away varies with each person.
Why do some people feel OK with treating human beings as if they are “not us?”
Mother Nature not only takes away warmth but gives us reasons to be happy for the cold.
Columnist and her husband will be celebrating their 40th anniversary on Nov. 11.
Before making the commitment of marriage, there is a lot to think about.
There are too many sweet children who end up dead of a drug overdose.
Columnist attends game where Cleveland finally wins.
Columnist Debbie Leffler shares her thoughts on this topic.
Humor is a good thing, and a sense of humor is a blessing.