Points to Remember

Kathy’s Points to Remember — Being Sick

August 12, 2012
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Kathy’s Points to Remember — Being Sick

1. If you are feeling dizzy, weak and nauseous, you are probably sick. 2. If you are probably sick and, instead of doing the smart thing (i.e. staying home and killing whatever freaking bug you…

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Kathy’s Points to Remember Today

July 16, 2012
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Kathy’s Points to Remember Today

1. Even if only two people are together in one room, they will not be able to agree on what to watch on TV. 2. The best way to enliven your wardrobe is to go…

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Kathy’s Points to Remember Again

June 26, 2012
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Here I am once again, ready to share my wisdom. I know that you have all been eager for this installment – except for those of you who don’t care one way or another and…

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Kathy’s Points to Remember: New York City Tourist Edition

June 16, 2012
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Kathy’s Points to Remember: New York City Tourist Edition

1. If you take up the entire width of a sidewalk in order to photograph your fellow travelers, local people will cross right in front of your camera, giving you a free lesson in some…

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Kathy’s Points to Remember

May 28, 2012
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Kathy’s Points to Remember

1. Don’t walk out into a rainstorm without an umbrella right after you have spent $65 on a wash, cut and blow dry. It is also counterproductive to stick your head under water like Georgy…

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Kathy’s Points to Remember

May 18, 2012
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Kathy’s Points to Remember

Don’t wear a pair of Espadrilles in the rain. Your feet will never recover from the emotional trauma. If you want your cat to do something, make him think you don’t want him to do…

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