This is not a book review, but rather a book awareness. It is likely that you’ve come across the term Scientology.
We like our stuff. During our lifetime, we tend to collect a lot of stuff, sometimes intentionally, sometimes by benign neglect.
Louise Penny’s “A Fatal Grace” is the second book in the “Chief Inspector Gamache” series. Like its predecessor, it is set in Three Pines, Quebec.
Narrated through the eyes of several of the main characters, Jesmyn Ward’s 2017 novel “Sing Unburied Sing” is unique. Richie, one of the narrators, is a ghost, one of the unburied.
Estella B. Leopold, the youngest of the Leopold children, has written about her experiences at “The Shack,” the setting of Aldo Leopold’s famous “Sand County Almanac.”
It was great to see your write up on United Methodist Church in Norwalk and the excellent service it provides to the community.
Running for sheriff of Monroe County has been a remarkable experience. Not only has it allowed me the opportunity to challenge myself, but also it challenged the community to provide feedback on how they view the Monroe County Sheriff’s office and their ideas on how we should operate in the future.
Over the last many months, I have gotten to know and trust Leah Vukmir. Leah is running for U.S. Senate, aiming to unseat Tammy Baldwin.
As a physician, my responsibility is to provide the best care possible to my patients. Many factors help me fulfill that responsibility: continuing education about innovative treatments, the insights of my colleagues, and of course, the efforts of my patients themselves.