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The athletes are trained. The spectators have their cheers down pat. There isn’t a pink t-shirt left to be had in the Windy City. We’re ready… for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer: Chicago! It happens this weekend, June 1-2. … Continue reading
TV is full of experts who are eager to explain why we eat too much (or too little). What I want to know is why do we eat the specific foods we eat? Especially when that food tastes like slugs … Continue reading
What do 4-for-$1 Cadbury Crème Eggs and an up-thrust of daffodils have in common? Both are important clues that may help me to finally understand…myself. I’ve been feeling a little blue lately. By a little blue I mean sad. Very … Continue reading
Here’s a little pop quiz, kids. If I am on the phone waiting to speak with a “customer advocate,” I am trying to reach which of the following parties: Better Business Bureau Small Claims Court Health insurance company claims adjuster … Continue reading
mal·aise: noun mə-lāz, ma-, -lez 1: an indefinite feeling of debility or lack of health often indicative of or accompanying the onset of an illness 2: a vague sense of mental or moral ill-being <a malaise of cynicism and despair … 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
The Disney classic Mary Poppins is one of my favorite movies. Here’s a great song from that movie: Just a spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down, in the most delightful way. What a song! It’s light, it’s … Continue reading
We almost had an “incident” at the gym the other tonight, and it would have been my fault. I pulled back in time, but it was a close call. I almost broke the fourth wall.
When and if I ever get to see God, face-to-face, mano-a-mano, the first thing I’m going to ask Him is this: Why do bad things happen to good people? It was little over a month ago I went to Chicago … Continue reading
As any woman can tell you, nothing is more crucial for perky boobs than good support. Last weekend it seemed the whole city of Chicago turned out to provide that support – for breast cancer research.