Columns by Lonny Cain
Lonny Cain: Life sure can be a curious thing, and that is wonderful.
Lonny Cain: Buying a used car in the 1960s taught me a couple things.
Lonny Cain: It’s not just nature that makes me feel small.
Lonny Cain: I cannot recollect all the memories nor will I moan over wasted time or missed opportunities.
Lonny Cain: A handwritten letter came in the mail from Kathy.
Lonny Cain: What would love be without a shouting match now and then?
Lonny Cain: If you’re alive, you’re afraid of something.
Lonny Cain: We all need places to hide.
Lonny Cain: Because Murph was unique. He deserved his own category on the personality chart. Even if all the adjectives sound familiar, starting with “great guy.”
Lonny Cain: Readers share stories about loneliness vs. being alone.
Lonny Cain: I’m thinking all those missteps in our lives are important
Lonny Cain: There’s a difference between feeling lonely and being alone.
Lonny Cain: Don’t mess with my mess. Ever.
Lonny Cain: We can have dogs. But no cats. It’s all about my wife's allergies. I’m not talking about the sniffles.
Lonny Cain: Please don’t laugh at me, but ...I save little slivers of soap.I stack them together in the rack that hangs from my shower. I think they might merge into a larger bar of soap, which I would use, of course.