Fly on the Wall: Isabel

By: Adam Sutton It’s 2am.  My wife looks gorgeous on a sunny beach.  I think it’s the Bahamas, but I’m not worrying about the specifics.  Those aren’t important for this story.  She’s a couple pounds heavier, a little grayer and a whole lot saltier than when we met 25 years ago, but she still turns … Continue reading Fly on the Wall: Isabel

Jane, Not Forgotten Pt. 1

By: Anonymous In the late 1800s for poorer folks in the Finger Lakes area of New York, winter is particularly hard. Families who could heat their homes with coal often went to the railroad tracks to pick up any lumps that managed to fall from the trains passing through the town. One such person was … Continue reading Jane, Not Forgotten Pt. 1

Are You Just One Thing?

By: Shira Boyle My dad was a doctor; an oncologist, to be more specific. An oncologist known around the world who was asked to speak at conferences in many countries, at many different conventions and summits.  He helped to create one of the most famous cancer fighting drugs currently in existence.  He saved hundreds, if not … Continue reading Are You Just One Thing?