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Rural Router Quickie Fix

June 2, 2011
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Our rural area  has major issues with the Internet service. We constantly need to reset our router.  If you’ve ever needed to reboot your home wireless router, you know it’s important to disconnect it from…

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Bedazzled

June 2, 2011
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Years ago, everyone laughed at the Bedazzler. But take a look around today. Everything is pretty much bedazzled. The Bedazzler, like many great technological advances, was way ahead of its time.

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Leaving the Pasties Behind

June 2, 2011
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Leaving the Pasties Behind

Learning annexes always send me brochures and schedules on inexpensive classes I can take in my free time. I normally circle about five courses that interest me from automobile repair to past life regression. Yes, I…

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Men and Brazilian Wax: Two Terms that Should Never Go Together

June 1, 2011
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  There was an oil spill, so I wanted to visit the beach again before it got completely covered with crude.  Somehow, a black, sticky beach would be less romantic. You can’t bury your sweetheart…

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I Abdicated My Throne for a Bowl of Chili

June 1, 2011
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I Abdicated My Throne for a Bowl of Chili

My streak ended. It’s a bittersweet moment when you break a streak regardless of the dubious achievement of having attained it. My “Queen of One Date” title has been revoked by virtue of the fact…

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The Luxury Condom Has Arrived

June 1, 2011
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It always seems as if there is a battle raging between the big guys and the little guys.  The big guys have all the good stuff: luxury cars, luxury boats, luxury homes and now –…

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And That’s the Honest to God Truth!

June 1, 2011
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And That’s the Honest to God Truth!

People always ask me, “What’s it like to be a writer?”  My usual response is sore fingers, bad eye strain and an occasional bout of writer’s block.  However, my passion is stories about everyday life…

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But Mommy Let Me Do It!

May 31, 2011
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But Mommy Let Me Do It!

Here’s one of those news items that flash past you with all the bigger more important things as you peruse the headlines that makes you do a double take and then stop you in your…

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Didja Miss Me?

May 31, 2011
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After a long hiatus—which is Latin for “rehab”—I have returned to bring you more great stuff on even more great stuff. Before you start judging me about the whole rehab thing, please know that I…

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Trying to Get Men to Date

May 31, 2011
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Trying to Get Men to Date

I was helping a guy friend fill out a profile for a dating site.  This was a new experience for me.  Usually, I am called in to help my female friends build a profile that…

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“Queen of One Date” Tells All

May 31, 2011
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  “Sam, you have to help me!” I cried into the phone. “What is it, Babe? Try and calm down and tell me what’s wrong.” “I don’t get it. I’ve become the “QUEEN OF ONE…

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Holiday Swim

May 31, 2011
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Went to the city pool this weekend. At first, I  was alarmed at the amount of chlorine in there. Felt  like my retinas were on fire. But then I counted the number of kids  around…

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Joke of the day 5.30.2011

May 30, 2011
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Sarah Palin says she has “fire in the belly” for a 2012 run. But her mind remains fire retardant.

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Schwarzenegger: Two Things That Never Need Help When It Comes to Humor: Politics and Hollywood

May 29, 2011
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Schwarzenegger: Two Things That Never Need Help When It Comes to Humor: Politics and Hollywood

Now, I refuse to start my column today with obvious puns that are circulating through the news for the past few weeks about the ex-Governor of California. Besides there are two things that never need…

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Small Feet Won’t Get Me into the Army

May 29, 2011
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I have small feet.  On the hottest day of the year when feet are supposed to expand and swell the most, I can maybe make it into a size 5.  Why is my foot size…

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Badgering Bovine with Rhetorical Questions

May 28, 2011
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Badgering Bovine with Rhetorical Questions

Cows – what gentle creatures they are. They give us milk, eat grass and hay, have four stomachs, and moo. Well, at least that’s the image city folk have. I dare you to drive down…

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Memorial Day at the Trailer Park

May 28, 2011
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One of my duties as Mayor of the trailer park is to organize a few annual gatherings, and the owners of the trailer park gave me an entertainment budget of $56.93 for the entire year!  …

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The Unknown Dangers of Hand Sanitizers

May 27, 2011
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The Unknown Dangers of Hand Sanitizers

My husband and I took off for the beach. However, a sea of fog descended and made it impossible to see the water.  So, we decided to take a short trip to Atlantic City and…

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The Lost Gospels

May 27, 2011
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There was a show on TV about “The Lost Gospels”. If only they had lost the rest of them, too.

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Proof of Jesus

May 27, 2011
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I saw that after that tornado killed about 200 people and left thousands homeless, there was a cross left standing in the ruins of a church. So I guess that proves Jesus is real or…

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Fired Up for Summer

May 26, 2011
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Fired Up for Summer

The Spring ritual remains the same.  We open up the sun porch, uncover the  furniture, put potting soil in the planters and check the gas grill. But this year held a surprise.  Our beloved grill…

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