Breaking: Jinger Duggar Welcomes First Child, a Baby Girl, with Husband Jeremy Vuolo

Breaking: Jinger Duggar Welcomes First Child, a Baby Girl, with Husband Jeremy Vuolo

Jinger Duggar Welcomes First Child, a Baby Girl, with Husband Jeremy Vuolo This family don’t need a birth announcement, they need a bigger shoe.

Don’t forget your bib number!

Don’t forget your bib number!

Recently I was volunteering at a local running event. Most running events rely heavily upon volunteers to do the “grunt” work involved with putting on […]

My Unacknowledged Childhood

My Unacknowledged Childhood

Susan Mary Patten and British ambassador Duff Cooper carried on a six-year affair during which she had a son by him, which neither acknowledged.           […]

Cape Town Fights Flip Flop Flap to Keep Fun at Bay

Cape Town Fights Flip Flop Flap to Keep Fun at Bay

OYSTERVILLE, Mass.  This exclusive enclave on Cape Cod does not spring readily to mind when tourists think of summer vacations, and the local Chamber of […]

In Bend, Oregon, Blockbuster Rewinds the Past

In Bend, Oregon, Blockbuster Rewinds the Past

Cartoon by Isabella Bannerman (2002) Once as common as Starbucks with over 9,000 U.S. outlets, Blockbuster is down to one. The two other remaining stores […]

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Don’t forget your bib number!

July 20, 2018
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Don’t forget your bib number!

Recently I was volunteering at a local running event. Most running events rely heavily upon volunteers to do the “grunt” work involved with putting on […]

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My Unacknowledged Childhood

July 20, 2018
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Susan Mary Patten and British ambassador Duff Cooper carried on a six-year affair during which she had a son by him, which neither acknowledged.           […]

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Cape Town Fights Flip Flop Flap to Keep Fun at Bay

July 19, 2018
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OYSTERVILLE, Mass.  This exclusive enclave on Cape Cod does not spring readily to mind when tourists think of summer vacations, and the local Chamber of […]

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Boy or girl…

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In Bend, Oregon, Blockbuster Rewinds the Past

July 18, 2018
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Cartoon by Isabella Bannerman (2002) Once as common as Starbucks with over 9,000 U.S. outlets, Blockbuster is down to one. The two other remaining stores […]

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Writing Coach Helps Literary Tyros Get Over Their Youthful Selves

July 18, 2018
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SOMERVILLE, Mass.  Like many professional writers, Maggie Turbek can recall with clarity the first time she set crayon to paper with the thought of becoming a […]

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European Vacation?

July 18, 2018
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Telemarketing Tunes

July 18, 2018
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I used to just say ”No Thanks” to telemarketers and hang up. On occasion, after say the third call in six minutes regarding a great […]

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Why so lonely?

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Squid Ink Spaghetti And Golden Ages

July 17, 2018
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Italian Entree SQUID INK SPAGHETTI INGREDIENTS 10 ounces squid-ink spaghetti* 4 garlic cloves 3 Roma tomatoes 2 tablespoons fresh basil ½ cup fresh parsley ¼ […]

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That Seems Treasonable

July 17, 2018
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Widespread criticism of my comments; some say treasonous. People seem perplexed in understanding what my reason is. I stood there next to Putin, favoring his […]

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Soap Box Derby – The Thrill of It All

July 17, 2018
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For years, sports fanatics have debated which is the most exciting spectator sport. Some argue nothing beats football for sheer intensity and physicality. Others point […]

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Jack Garner, Parsley Farmer

July 17, 2018
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Jack Garner gazed out over the farm that had been in his family for three generations and let out a sigh of exasperation. He looked […]

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Happy Birthday…

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More Memes of “He Who Must Not Be Named”

July 16, 2018
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Your Bug Advisor

July 16, 2018
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Summer is here and bugs are back!  There are between six and ten million species of insects, but only one for humans.  Hardly seems like a fair […]

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Laziness Level (10)^(10^100)

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Spotlight on Leslie Handler, Author of “Rats, Mice and Other Things You Can’t Take to the Bank”

July 15, 2018
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  About the Book Part memoir, part essay collection, Rats, Mice, and Other Things You Can’t Take to the Bank is written with both wit and charm. […]

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The Federal Budget Process, or Lack Therof

July 15, 2018
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How sad is it that, when I found an article entitled “20 of the craziest things that the US Government is spending money on”, my […]

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How girls check the oven on social media…

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