The darkest days of winter

Blog - Faith's Reflections, Blog post

From Christmas Eve, 2003 Each day grows shorter, darker, and colder. Our world turns brown and gray: brown grass, brown leaves, gray sky, gray lake, gray rain. How do we bear the growing gloom of December days? Spurred by advertising, Christmas grabs our attention. Early sunsets mean more time to enjoy Christmas lights in our […]

December 17, 2020

Friends and daughters

Blog - Faith's Reflections, Blog post

By Faith L. Wylie, Written March17, 2016. Note: The fifth-generation spring bulbs planted by my friends are thriving and so am I, cancer-free for four and a half years. Crocus were first to push through winter leaves with their small lavender flowers. A few weeks ago, hyacinths shot up stems of purple, pink and white. […]

March 22, 2019

Powerful words and graphics

About Wylie Communications

“The difference between a bandit and a patriot is a good press agent.’’ —Will Rogers Wylie Communications has a lot in common with Will Rogers, whose Birthplace sits half a mile from our office. We offer small-town, common-sense communications solutions in multiple media that meet the needs of major national clients—and we have fun doing […]

November 28, 2017