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Two women pass in the street. One is middle aged and overweight, her plodding walk mirroring the exhaustion in her tired, wrinkled face. The other woman is noticeably younger. Her long, blonde hair swings around her smooth, glowing face as … Continue reading
Congratulations – you’re getting married! One of the most crucial decisions you’ll make is where to have the wedding. If you’re like many brides, you’ve tuned out advice from clueless old fogies (i.e. your parents) and listened to your Inner … Continue reading
Like all parents, I got my Parental Hearing Aid* the day my first child was born. This amazing device saved me tons of grief as my kids were growing up. It let me hear… … a change in the quality … Continue reading
How can restaurants make dining out a great experience? It’s the little things that count. My family went to dinner at Applebee’s the other night. The food was good but minor annoyances practically wrecked the evening. My hubby Bill forgot … Continue reading
Do you need to lose weight? Of course you do! Most Americans (and many of our European friends) are Fatecia McFatties. Even if you think you’re in pretty good shape, you’re probably fooling yourself. You’ve tried all the top diets … Continue reading
What is that thing? Looks like one of those big, rubber balls from down at the gym, right? Wrong! Peg-o-Leg Industries is proud to present…
Does this sound familiar? “Ow, I broke my leg, I need a doctor!” or “I think I’m having a stroke. I’d better get to the hospital!” or “There’s an ice-pick sticking out of my eye … Continue reading
You can’t play Angry Birds all the time. Wouldn’t it be great if you could find smartphone apps to help when you have to deal with real life? Look no further. Turn your phone into a personal speech modifier with … Continue reading
Having cancer is like having a “get out of jail free” card. My sister Lib and I were antiquing when we came upon a nifty, old copper-lined heat lamp. The way Lib tells it, SHE saw it first and called … Continue reading
We’ve got pop-up blockers for computers, why not for TV? The other night I was trying to watch a Bergman film on MTV’s weekly Great Films series. Suddenly, Scutchie popped up from the bottom of the screen to announce that MTV’s groundbreaking program; … Continue reading