Five-year-old Philip Gerard had little to look forward to on his annual back-to-school trip to the mall.
Leaving work one evening in Washington D.C., Shane Fernando thought the most he had to look forward to was a warm meal and a comfortable chair.
Mistletoe has been a staple of the Christmas season for as long as we all can remember.
Road trips always seem to be filled with unexpected mishaps.
Working amidst powder pink and egg shell blue bundles at a children's clothing store years ago, Annie Gray Johnston imagined that motherhood would be sweet and rewarding.
For Shane Fernando, the magic of Christmas does not stop at egg nog, logs crackling in the fireplace, and gifts under the tree.
Nan Graham is no stranger to old-fashioned, home-spun wisdom.
For the typical American, Thanksgiving conjures up images of pilgrims, Indians, and Turkeys browning in the oven.
Though known for her molasses-thick southern accent, Nan Graham is not always a sweet-talker.
As the deciding vote in a teacher's strike, Philip Gerard must choose with whom he sides--