“Then I heard that long whistle whine And I dropped to my knees, hung my head and cried Now I … Continue reading Downbound Train.
After the American victory at the battle of Trenton on December 26, 1776, British forces moved from New York City … Continue reading A Princeton Afternoon.
Providence, Rhode Island. A city founded by religious exiles from the Massachusetts Bay Colony at Plymouth, exiles who believed in … Continue reading Hey Providence.
Three hours. One hundred and eighty minutes. One thousand and eighty seconds. No matter how you look at it, it … Continue reading Charm City.
Henry Chapman Mercer lived a life in full. Born of a leading family in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, he attended Harvard University … Continue reading Castles Made of Sand
Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines nostalgia as “a wistful or excessively sentimental yearning for return to or of some past period” (via Merriam-Webster). … Continue reading A Man’s Home Is His Castle