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He’s just my type. Muscles in strong, broad shoulders flex as he wields a shovel. He had to take his shirt off because all that hard work got him hotter than a four-alarm brush fire. A bead of sweat glides down … Continue reading
How did your experience go with finding the “new” in life? Remember, yesterday I challenged each one of you to do 3 new things. Here’s what I did: 1) To get to the YMCA after work, I usually head west … Continue reading
As citizens of the world, we are forced to touch doorknobs, shopping carts and all sorts of community property every day. That’s why I’m happy to see these signs popping up in more and more public restrooms. This is a … Continue reading
People are rude. By which I mean they won’t drop everything and listen when I’m talking. Family members are the worst offenders. Let’s say my husband is tippity-tappeting on his computer when I approach to share a truly fascinating … Continue reading
The beginning Whiz kid Matt Mullenweg sits in his parents’ garage, hunched over a computer he crafted from salvaged parts. He is anxiously looking for signs of activity on his newly launched blogging site, WordPress. “Hey, we have a subscriber!” … Continue reading
Dateline: Chicago June 2014 Three months into Chicago’s total ban on plastic bags, pundits are examining its effects. Having successfully addressed such petty issues as sky-high crime rates, sinking school test scores and potholes big enough to park a Buick … Continue reading
Five years ago today, my sister Lib had to cancel her annual St. Patrick’s Day party. Our hometown always has a big parade, and her apartment is right on the parade route, the perfect location for viewing and celebrating. She … Continue reading
Ungrateful, angry, discontented…I’m sick of dealing with people with these lousy attitudes. But how can I avoid myself? My friend Deb at The Monster In Your Closet got me thinking. She does that a lot, and I wish she’d knock … Continue reading