- There's no saw like an old saw Kaye and I laughed ourselves silly the other day as we tried to top each other with our own sayings from childhood, columnist Gordie Little writes.
Don't knock it till you try it
How many of you have gone up to a friend's house and used the rhythmic "shave and a haircut," five-knock pattern instead of ringing the bell, asks columnist Gordie Little.
Trip down memory lane has no destination
The older I become, the more incongruous my ramblings get, columnist Gordie Little writes.
Ready for winter to melt to spring
March is on the way bringing warmer weather, baseball and basketball, and other spring things.
Sweet talk for Small Talk
Columnist Gordie Little shares a poem he wrote for his sweetheart.
Pick up sticks, groundhog tricks and mailbag picks
Columnist Gordie Little talks about some loose ends.
Time in a bottle
Columnist Gordie Little finally secures some Rosebud Creamery glass creamer bottles.
Promoting power of positive thinking
Those who know me best are aware of my unwavering optimism, columnist Gordie Little writes.
Looking at Christmases past -- and presents
Our joy is the blessing of having so many friends and loving family members, columnist Gordie Little writes.
Reflecting on the media — past, present and future
I'm innately curious about people, places and things, columnist Gordie Little writes.
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