Will Williams is a contributing columnist for the Chino Valley Review and Prescott Valley Tribune newspapers.
My wife and I recently watched an endless sequence of Winter Olympics figure skating events. There were team events, single events, short programs, long programs and special events ...
The first time I fell in love I was 17. She was 16. We attended the same high school and worked part time at the same grocery store.
I’m writing about Santa Claus today because I don’t think what he stands for should be limited to the month of December.
I remember a plaque on my grandfather’s wall that stated, “We get too fast old and too late smart.”
Went to the dentist not long ago. While I was sitting in “the chair,” I noticed that the television in the room was tuned to the Music Choice cable channel.
I had a great Christmas in 2017!
I couldn’t stand it anymore. For years I’ve watched TV ads for Publisher’s Clearing House, showing people jumping up and down on their porches at the news that they had won from $1,000 to $5,000 a week for the rest of their lives.
Despite the fact that I’m well into my geriatric years, I continue to make vital career decisions.
Numbers in elementary school were friendly.
The following is a page from my new novel of the above title: