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Launch Day For New Novel by Brian Kiley — Maybe Kevin

April 1, 2019
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It’s the official launch day for the newest novel MAYBE KEVIN from Emmy winner, stand up comic and all around talented guy Brian Kiley.  A master storyteller, Kiley takes the reader on a roller coaster…

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Meet Barbara Hammond Author of daddy duJour

March 25, 2019
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daddy duJour is a book about survival in many ways. Barbara became the primary caregiver of her younger brothers at an early age. There was a revolving door of men in her mother’s life. Some…

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Bye Forever!

January 28, 2019
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Please enjoy! Check out our website and follow us! https://www.missnackawic.com Miss NackawicChris Helgason is the illustrator behind The World According to Miss Nackawic. He grew up on a farm in Saskatchewan, spent 12 years in…

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Daddy vs. the Smoke Alarm

August 23, 2018
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My father, usually a reasonable man, had an uneasy relationship with inanimate objects that crossed him. Once after banging his head on a car door frame, he beat the top of the car repeatedly with…

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Mom and Dad, We’re Taking Your Phone Privileges Away

July 10, 2018
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Cartoon by Isabella Bannerman “Somebody get the phone!” This was a common parental refrain around our house growing up. A phone call was important. It could be a family member stranded in a Buffalo snowstorm.…

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Learning math isn’t easy. So far, I’ve learned that the rate of speed is relevant to parents being home..

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Someday My Demon Son Shall Give Unto Me A Demon Grandson

September 21, 2017
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Does anyone know a good exorcist? My son is the spawn of the devil. I first discovered this years ago playing a game called, “Scattergories” with another family. This game, if you are not familiar,…

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When in Doubt…..Baked Goods!

July 10, 2017
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I was having dinner with a friend last night who lives far away from me.  She was telling me about her parents and caregiving. I was flattered that this very busy, corporate woman had obviously…

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Universe turns bad into worse?

December 2, 2016
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This is not a financial column. It’s a column about the universe. So when I tell you I work hard, plan and save, it’s not to preach the importance of creating financial stability; rather, it’s…

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Flatbread and Why Our Leaders Don’t Mime

November 17, 2016
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Tajikistani Appetizer NON (Flat Bread) INGREDIENTS 2¼ cups flour (2 more tablespoons later) ¾ teaspoon salt ¾ teaspoon sugar 2¼ teaspoons yeast ½ cup water ½ cup plain yogurt 2 tablespoons vegetable oil (1⅔ tablespoons…

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