Because I rarely get to sit down and watch three full games in one day, I recorded some observations while I enjoyed Black Friday — from my couch. Continue reading Tales from a Black Friday spent on the couch … watching sports
It used to be that the Cubs provided a nice diversion until football, hockey and basketball seasons came around.
This year threw me, however. I was so into the Cubs’ postseason run, I kind of neglected fall’s sports smorgasbord. Continue reading Football, hockey and basketball — oh my
Three years ago today, on a frigid evening at a winery in western Illinois, I married my best friend. Continue reading Happy anniversary, sweetheart
There’s exciting new things in store, and I don’t want you, my loyal reader, to miss anything. Continue reading Editing Life has its own Facebook page
For years, we’ve staked our claim to the moral condition of America
We’ve voiced our strong opinions on a host of social issues and made made them known at the voting booth. We were once a powerful voice.
Not anymore. Continue reading Evangelicals, what have we done?
Last week, I was kicking myself for not scheduling a vacation during the deciding games of the first Cubs World Series since 1945.
But I soon realized what was a failure on my part turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Continue reading My front page story: The world-champion Cubs