Generations of Perception

In Features, My Piece of the Sky, Opinion by Karen Lynn0 Comments

In a blink of an eye, it doesn’t seem real all the time that has gone by since my father’s passing and my grandmother and Uncle’s physical deterioration with Parkinson’s disease. These three important people in my immediate circle, were products of another era. It was difficult for them to …

A Trip of Thanksgiving

In Features, My Piece of the Sky, Opinion by Karen Lynn0 Comments

Three weeks ago, I sailed the pacific seas to the Gulf of Mexico. I stopped in the ports of: Cabo San Lucas, Loreto, Guaymas, Topolobampo, Mazatlan, Sinaloa, and Puerto Vallarta. This was an unexpected trip, to a part of the world, I always wanted to see. My in-law’s got an …

The Ruling Thoughts of Fear

In Features, My Piece of the Sky, Opinion by Karen Lynn0 Comments

I personally agree that this is the most ach department phone opportune moment with all the ghost and goblins, walking up and down our sidewalks. I agree it is the perfect time, the perfect place, and the perfect atmosphere and forum to scare our fears away, and write about the …

The Pied Piper’s Taps

In Audacious People, Features, My Piece of the Sky by Karen Lynn0 Comments

Al Gilbert, the legendary “Pied Piper of Dance,” was born, Allesandro Zicari, on July 12, 1921. Al came from a generation in time, when people valued one another and truly cared. During that time, people really seemed to genuinely treasure one another’s friendships and supported their endeavors. This was in …

The Chair and Rain

In Features, My Piece of the Sky by Yasir Khan0 Comments

Rain Rain comes falling down, Cool breeze eluding upon, Seducing fragrance of the wet soil, Freshens the breath the summer’s toil. Thirst leaves quench along, Trees dance following ambience of a song, Rain drops being the orchestra, Nature celebrates its own fiesta. Making bubbles in the water, Then flowing to …

Horsey

In Features, My Piece of the Sky, Opinion by Diane Standiford0 Comments

My first cane was named “Horsey.” Oh, don’t laugh, one day you too will name your cane if you haven’t already. Horsey came into my life by way of the corner drug store. First came stolen glances, then stopping to stare while pretending to buy tissues, followed by a day …

A Letter To Myself

In Features, My Piece of the Sky, Opinion by Marelise Prinsloo0 Comments

The year is coming to an end, and with a few weeks off, I never know what to do with myself. I seem to always end up cleaning the whole place, throwing things away and then later regretting it. But this holiday, a few days ago, I stumbled onto some …