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Singing Up a Spring

April 4, 2018
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Hey, I wrote a song! It’s not a great song … but then, I’m not a great song writer. There are two problems: First, I meant it to be humorous, but it comes off as…

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In Praise of Snow Plows

February 18, 2018
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I live on a state highway, so I generally wait to shovel my front sidewalk until after the plows have gone through. (Okay, the neighbor’s been snow blowing my front sidewalk, having apparently taken pity…

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Everybody Jokes About The Weather, But Only the Desperate Move

January 10, 2018
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Somebody asked me the other day why I don’t write humor columns about the weather these days. It’s the same reason why I don’t make many political jokes: They’re just not funny anymore. I’ve endured…

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Weather Has Left The Build…er…City

January 9, 2018
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So today, my weather ap says that it’s a balmy forty-two degrees outside.  But the other day, when I opened up that ap to see how cold it was, I discovered that we actually had…

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I hope you winter lovers are satisfied

December 29, 2017
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Well, everybody wanted a white Christmas. There you go, if you live around here: White Christmas. So, Christmas is over now. It can all … un-whiten up. Here, let me check the forecast. Nope. Some…

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A Letter to Hurricane Jose

September 18, 2017
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Dear Jose: May I call you Jose? Thank you for staying mostly out to sea and only sending us some relatively wimpy wind and rain. Your cousins Harvey and Irma leveled east Texas, a good…

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What do humans taste like & other questions you probably never thought to ask

May 10, 2017
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Those darn scientists—they’re always delving into matters we mere mortals never thought to ask about (at least out loud), busting myths, and providing interesting blog fodder in the process. Well, at least I think it’s…

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Indiana Winters, or: Why Aren’t We Living in Florida?

March 28, 2017
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(Note: This was originally written on February 7th and then misplaced, which isn’t the first time. It was the beginning of what was overall a nice February—for Indiana. You all know how things changed in…

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There’s No Magic Bullet for This Anniversary

March 5, 2017
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I took a couple of days off for our wedding anniversary this year, having come up with a fairly simple idea, which is all I’m capable of when it comes to events like that. Anniversaries,…

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Christmas In Almost February

January 30, 2017
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Winter almost beat the Hunter family Christmas celebration. Almost. But in the end we celebrated, if only a month or so late. First there was illness. Then work schedules. Then more illness. Then weather. Illness.…

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