Month: January 2010

The state trooper was following a Buick whose driver seemed a bit skittish as he proceeded along a winding rural, two-lane roadway wending through the scenic landscape of northeastern Pennsylvania. The car was driving along at inconsistent speeds, occasionally meandering off onto the shoulder of the road. It looked as if it may be a […]

I started this blog more than a year ago, and it hasn’t really been as much of a blog as a repository for some of my columns. I’m a weekly newspaper editor, for those of you who may not know, churning out thousands of words a week for publication to a readership in rural northeastern […]

Aging is more frightening than dying. Dying is final and everyone moves on after mourning one’s passing. Mourning itself is selfish, because we are grieving over our own loss.