Future looks bright
We're grateful for what we have and forever optimistic that the Mayan masterminds miscalculated what some doomsayers predict will mark the end of the world as we know it, Gordie Little writes.
Remembering the Captain
Gordie Little writes about long friendship with Captain Frank Pabst.
Continue traditions, both Christmas and cursive
Gordie Little reflects on Christmas traditions and revisits the cursive subject.
Cursive is the right way to write
The handwriting is on the wall, forecasting the decline of teaching cursive writing in schools, Gordie Little writes.
Little bit of time
Gordie Little ticks off some reflections of what time means to him.
Halloween not too scary at the Little house
Season brings mostly smiles, some spooks, Gordie Little writes.
Coffee and music a perfect blend
Gordie Little shares memories of all the coffee he's consumed and all the coffee songs he's enjoyed.
It's all in the jeans
As I slouch around the house with bare feet, the natural belly jiggle causes the jeans to slip and slide downward until the belted area settles atop my generous hip bones, Gordie Little writes.
Sept. 11 marks time of local conflict, too
Most people in the world are unaware of the events that we now call the Battles of Plattsburgh, culminating in the Sept. 11 conflict on Plattsburgh Bay in 1814, Gordie Little writes.
Call it what you want, autumn's coming
Daily visits to the back deck on the beautiful Saranac River are beginning to show signs that change is already under way, Gordie Little writes.
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