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The Rescue of the YMCA

April 20, 2011
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A twitter friend tweeted that the YMCA was changing its name to just “the Y”.  While most people probably didn’t care about the name change, the disco singing group, the Village People did.  After all,…

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Flustered Over Flushing

April 20, 2011
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Flustered Over Flushing

I believe a special Nobel Prize should go to the guy who invented the automatic flush toilet.  I am serious about this as I have a great deal of experience with public bathrooms. We travel…

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Snuggie vs. Forever Lazy: the Battle to Stay Warm

April 20, 2011
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Snuggie vs. Forever Lazy: the Battle to Stay Warm

As I was flipping through the TV channels at 3 AM, I saw it!  Yes, I didn’t believe it was possible but there it was staring me in the face. At first, I thought it…

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Every Dog Deserves a Ball…Or Two

April 19, 2011
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Every Dog Deserves a Ball…Or Two

I will admit that my dogs are spoiled. I have a family room filled with their toys. We have birthday parties for them; they eat sirloin  steak from time to time; and their lives in…

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The Literary Elite at Starbucks

April 19, 2011
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The Literary Elite at Starbucks

I decided I needed a quick pick-me-up, so I headed to Starbucks. I was sitting with my coffee and crossword puzzle at a table in the corner when I started to eavesdrop on the conversation…

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They Don’t Make Car Breakdowns Like They Used To

April 18, 2011
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I had to pick up one of my friends at the car dealership where her car was getting its computer overhauled.  Apparently, something went kerflooey and her turn signals would not go on if she…

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The Deli Wars

April 18, 2011
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Usually, when I do my “big” shopping, I ask my husband to come along so we can split up the list and get out of the supermarket as quickly as possible.  Our first stop was…

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Wilderness Training 101: Stay in a Hotel

April 17, 2011
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My daughter’s boyfriend is an outdoorsman, and this is funny because my daughter is not the woodsy type. His idea of roughing it is sleeping in the woods without a tent; her idea of roughing…

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Wedding Dreams and Nightmares

April 16, 2011
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I have become addicted to two wedding-themed shows on television. The first, Say Yes to the Dress, focuses on the sales consultants and clients of Kleinfeld’s, a renowned bridal salon in New York City. During…

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My Refrigerator and the Parallel Universe

April 16, 2011
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My Refrigerator and the Parallel Universe

My coffee creamer had somehow re-located itself to the back of my refrigerator.  As I removed the soy milk, the orange juice, the tomato juice, and the ten other items that stood in front of…

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