Muppeteer Jim Henson created a story that offers much hope and has remained relevant, entertaining and prophetic for almost 40 years.
Mononymous French author Colette kept good company, sharing this opinion of her favorite associates: “Our perfect companions never have fewer than...
Dr. T. Theodore Fujita never let anyone take the wind out of his sails.
Ancient Greek playwright Sophocles wrote mostly tragedies.
If pixies wrote personal ads or Tinder profiles, one might go like this:
George Orwell must have had a shaky sense of humor, since he found amusement in the quaking of the planet. He explained, “A earthquake is such fun...
Massachusetts native Joseph Breck got much right in his life.
Plants are making their last (seasonal) stand.
The poets never disappoint.
If Salvador Dali was ever looking for a model for a botanical self-portrait, he might have chosen teasel.
In my house, foraging is a favorite family pastime.
Willa Cather seemed to be of two minds when it came to ground cherries.