The Handkerchief – A Lewis Clan Reunion

“He produced a handkerchief—crisply folded—and handed it to her. She took it with silent astonishment. She’d never before known anyone who carried a handkerchief.”  ― Cassandra Clare, City of Bones Nothing shows both polish and utility like the nattily tucked pocket handkerchief or ‘pocket square’ in the breast pocket of a man’s blazer, sport coat, or suit jacket. […]

Generations Passing The Baton

 “One generation plants the trees, and another gets the shade”  –  Chinese Proverb   The last of the great generation of Rightmeier men, Lyle Rightmeirer was laid to rest this February with his wife Virginia .  They were my Great Uncle and Aunt and passed within two years and two days of each other.  My maternal granddad […]