Wayne Weekly

12 Ingredients for a delicious Thanksgiving:   Love………………………. a home full Thankfulness………….. a heart full Prayer……………………. a hand full Warmth…………………. a soul full Smiles……………………. a mouth full Hugs and kisses……….an arm full Laughter………………… a smile full Tears……………………… an eye full Heart to Heart………… an ear full Food………………………. a belly full Good-byes………………. a memory full Treasured […]

Autumn leaves carry a good number of attributes. Color is the big one, of course, but then there is the smell of fall foliage, and the carpet they lay on the ground…and on sidewalks. Lately, as I walked our dog, my foliage path took on a few different characteristics. On dryer days the sound of […]

A call came into my office just yesterday from a faithful WMHQ Malone, NY listener. Dorothy had called maybe 6 months ago asking how she could help get the word out that Mars Hill is on the air with Christian programming. Dorothy told me that she simply cherishes MHN for the great Bible teaching and […]

You may know by now that our neighboring country, Canada, has passed legislation to allow recreational use of marijuana. Canada is the largest country in the world to decriminalize pot smoking for “fun”. Canada joins other nations (and states here in the US) that have bought into a lie. For sure not all Canadians are […]

This past Sunday I was driving home on my usual city block route through neighborhoods. Houses siting nearly on the sidewalks that ran in front of them.  Residential property on shallow front lawns with aging homes almost shoulder to shoulder, almost touching in some instances. As I pulled up to a stop sign on a […]

Perhaps you know a bit of the history of the California Gold Rush. From 1848, when gold was found by James Marshall at Sutter’s Mill in Coloma, California, to 1855, a stampede of “49ers”, named after the year of the peak of population influx into the “Golden” state, rushed to strike their claim. California’s population […]

Here we are, already into the fast and furious pre-Halloween retail blowouts. I wish the retailers would put as much effort into the Thanksgiving season as they do on all hallows’ eve. It has to do with money spent by consumers. Here are a few statistics: On an individual level, the average person plans to […]

I watched a good portion of an old B&W science fiction movie the other night. I must have been desperate for wholesome entertainment!   I don’t even remember the name of it. All I remember is that is features these big snail-like creatures and they were in some canal system somewhere in the US. The […]

The other day while on my way to pick up my daughter Janelle for a lift to Onondaga Community College, I stopped by a local Dunkin Donut store to pick up some coffee for our commute to Syracuse. While standing in line, just about to place my order, a friend of the server spoke to […]

Driving down Makyes Rd., the road where Mars Hill has its headquarters, is generally uneventful, with the exception of severe weather in the winter. Today, however was a little more interesting. The town of Onondaga is repaving Makyes road. This go round they are not merely putting a layer of asphalt over the top, but […]


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