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How to Make an Idiot of Yourself 101

January 14, 2017
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I have a decent IQ. No, I don’t know what it is. Our elementary school wouldn’t tell us. They didn’t even tell us they had given us an IQ test, although it was obvious to…

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The Great Remote Control Conspiracy

January 9, 2017
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Many people tell of socks that disappear into an undiscovered dimension of an automatic washing machine. My socks do not abscond in the laundry room, for which my feet are grateful. I can’t say the…

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A 20-Year-Old in a 70-Year-Old Body

January 2, 2017
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It creeps up on you, like a mugger on a dark street. One minute you are dancing down the sidewalk of life with energy and confidence, the next minute – WHAM! You’re on the ground,…

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Sloshing Down Christmas Memory Lane

December 18, 2016
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Okay. I already told everyone about my stage debut as Innkeeper No. 2 in the St. Joseph’s Elementary School annual Christmas pageant. You can find it here. I won’t repeat that story again – not…

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The Art of Opening Presents

December 6, 2016
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Very few people know this, but there is an art to opening Christmas gifts. People display different techniques for peeling off layers of paper and ribbon and revealing the buried treasure inside. (A) There is…

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I Want a Good Old Christmas Season with EVERYTHING!

November 25, 2016
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I always love the Christmas season, but this year, more than ever, I need a good old-fashioned one. I have a terminal case of We-Are-Going-To-Have-a-Sociopath-in-the-White-House Syndrome. Even back in ancient times, before cable TV, smartphones…

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Kathy’s Points to Remember

November 21, 2016
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Kathy’s Points to Remember

(I’ll bet you all thought I was never going to write one of these lists again! Well, I have to come back to this from time to time. It’s a habit.) 1. It is alright…

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Gifts and Me

November 18, 2016
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Gifts are wonderful things. Everyone likes to get presents. I am no exception. There are times, though, when a thoughtful gift can turn into a pain in the ass. Take large plants, for example. Okay,…

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Poll: Planning Ahead for Black Friday

November 11, 2016
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I would like to thank Deb Martin-Webster for providing me with the inspiration for this post with her latest Friday Humor Devotional.. Yes, I know. It isn’t time for Christmas-related stuff yet. We haven’t even…

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Preview of My Unfinished Novel

November 4, 2016
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I am working on a novel, and I thought it might be nice to give my readers a preview, to arouse intense anticipation (well, at least some interest, anyway). Here is part of Chapter 1.…

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