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Meet HO Friend and Actress Ruth Leon Weiman and Author of In With A Crash And Out With A Roar: A Memoir

February 3, 2018
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We are so proud to introduce to our readers the talented and funny Ruth Leon Weiman.  Ruth is the author of the newly released In With A Crash And Out With A Roar: A Memoir…

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Attention Shoppers, Cell Phone in Aisle-5

January 30, 2015
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Attention Shoppers, Cell Phone in Aisle-5

There are times when real life is funnier than fiction.  I was waiting in a self-checkout line at our local supermarket when I overheard this conversation between to elderly ladies: Lady #1: (fumbling in her…

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Tasteful Murders

October 5, 2014
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Tasteful Murders

We have a treat today from the editing team of Candace C. Bowen and Paul R. De Lancey. This duo collected stories from talented writers for the fun and frightful Tasteful Murders. A well-done murder should leave a…

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Older Brothers Behaving Badly

March 15, 2014
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I was asked recently, “What story had the biggest impact on me when I was a child.” My response was: My older brothers made me read a story when I was in second or third grade,…

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A Lesson in Humor: If You Can Laugh, When You Lose Your Nads…

January 18, 2014
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Emergency Laughter

My dad had a great sense of humor. He showed me many times the value of being able to laugh at yourself and the world around you. When he was diagnosed with late-stage metastatic cancer…

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A Story

A Story

Why does everybody want to be me? There’s only one Bill Y and for that you should be truly happy. Since when did it become cool to follow the guy who just can’t understand the…

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Who Deserves to Be Top News?

January 20, 2012
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Each day, I see the top news stories of the day at the top of my laptop screen.    I have to admit  that I was a bit disheartened to find one of these stories listed…

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Coping with CRAFT Disease

April 17, 2011
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Coping with CRAFT Disease

As a chronic sufferer of CRAFT disease I can honestly say that it has not been an easy adjustment. At the age forty-five I began developing mild symptoms however by fifty the symptoms worsened. My…

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