I don’t know how to break it to the good folks of Dixie, but it has become clear I am firmly one of the family.
I am sorry. I was wrong. You were right. Consider this your belated anniversary gift.
It’s almost Father’s Day and I’m giving a shout out to someone you don’t hear about nearly enough.
If you ask Wikipedia, Umapine, Ore., is a unincorporated community in Umatilla County, first established as a railroad stop for the Walla Walla Valley Railway in the early 1900s.
Today we are going to talk about a common enemy in the West: the boxelder bug, also known as elder bugs.
Someone took my dog home without my permission. I mean, not actually without my say-so, since presumably they haven’t an inkling their new dog is my heart’s desire.
There could be no denying it — my shower stall looked like Charlton Heston was parting the Red Sea at my house. Why else would the tile suddenly be bright red?
Words you were not expecting to read here: I’m a tweaker.
Every day this job is steak — meaty and filling work that sticks to my mental ribs. Sometimes, though, I get dessert, smack in the middle of the day.
Fergn (that “g” is silent) left our community on Feb. 17, less than a month before her 94th birthday. When I saw her obituary in this newspaper, I loosed an involuntary moan and my nose began running as I tried to barricade the instant tears.
An article published at CBS News and other places quoted a study published in the December issue of the journal Diabetes that said high blood sugar may slow brain growth in children with T1D — type 1 diabetes.
If you were to poll my family at this moment, they would tell you they’re hungry.
It’s taken me a few weeks to recognize why I’m so very mad. Aside from the obvious, I mean.
I’m becoming something of an expert on second marriages. On my second marriage, anyway.
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