Posts Tagged ‘ Summer ’

How I Moved My Summer Vacation

July 30, 2016
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“If you really want to find out who your friends are, ask them to help you move.” I don’t know who said that, but truer words were never spoken. However, you have to amend that…

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You Know It Is Summer in New York City When …

July 13, 2016
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Griping about the weather is one of the great New York City pastimes. It’s right up there with jaywalking, making fun of tourists and trying to walk faster than anyone else who is using the…

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Recipe for ‘no curse’ dessert

July 11, 2016
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No Curse Dessert

I struggled when I tried to make Lemon Meringue pies for the church pie sale, and my litany of profanity made them more colorful than confetti cakes. Since then I have abandoned baking anything that requires a culinary…

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Mainers open the door to summer time!

June 22, 2016
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For more of my humor go HERE. Molly StevensMolly Stevens is the award-winning author of the book Boomer on the Ledge, published by HumorOutcasts Press. The book is an adult picture book that explores the antics…

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10 Signs It’s Time To End Your Amusement Park Visit

June 2, 2016
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Embed from Getty Images Summer’s here.  The commercials are starting to run, the ones where people are screaming with laughter while riding various roller coasters/water slides/parking trams.  Those ads make amusement parks look crazy fun,…

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The Kids’ Summer Mantra: “I’m Bored!”

May 31, 2016
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Recently, at Longhorn with the family, I pulled out my credit card to pay since hubs forgot his wallet. “How are YOU gonna pay, Mom?” my kids heckled. “It’s dad’s money!” “I have money too,”…

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Bite Me!

August 12, 2015
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I love summer. And guess who else enjoys these balmy August days? The local mosquito population! When I step outside, if there’s a mosquito within miles, it will start heading in my direction — as…

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Friday Humor Devotional

May 29, 2015
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Friday Humor Devotional

Dear Lord, I want to give thanks to you and Mother Nature for the spring pollen that caused my mother-in-law’s laryngitis. Her inability to verbally criticize me and the new golf clubs from my wife…

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The Fall of The Conservative Lawn Mower

October 16, 2014
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The Fall of The Conservative Lawn Mower

SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK   With the purchase of a brand new lawn mower, only the third new one I’ve ever bought, I said goodbye to my conservative lawn mower. (So named because it stopped…

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Frozen Feasting At Fall Festivals

September 19, 2014
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Frozen Feasting At Fall Festivals

SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK     This time of year, as leaves turn to glorious multicolor, steamy hot days of summer vanish, and autumn decorations go up, I can often be found … crying.  …

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