Essential Tremor Awareness Month

03/20/2017 Lori Duff 0

March is, as I’m sure you have absolutely no idea, Essential Tremor Awareness Month. Every disease seems to have some kind of celebration these days, some whole months, some weeks, and some days.  Thursday, for […]



03/13/2017 Lori Duff 0

If you’ve ever spent more than, say, ten minutes with me, you’ll know that one of my greatest fears in life is that someone, somewhere may be the slightest bit hungry.  I carry a big […]


The Queen’s English

03/06/2017 Lori Duff 0

I have a semi-well-deserved reputation amongst my friends as being a high ranking official in the local office of the grammar police. It is true that I have very strong opinions about the Oxford comma. […]


The Whine of the Motorcycle Rider

02/27/2017 Lori Duff 0

There are two kinds of people in this world: People who think adrenaline is fun and exciting and a fresh breath of life, and people who think adrenaline is the stuff of anxiety and ulcers.  […]


Breathing For Dummies

02/20/2017 Lori Duff 0

Along with age comes wisdom. Also, extra body fat, wiry chin hairs, and an inability to distinguish one pop song from another.  Me, I got an extra bonus – the ability to snore. I snore […]



02/20/2017 Tammy Osier 0

February is the season of love, and little children have an interesting perspective on it. This month’s contribution from our little hobbits concerns their experienced opinions on…LOVE. Once again, these are all true. Enjoy. <><><>  […]


Hello, Alexa

01/09/2017 Sharon Swanepoel 0

Holiday gift giving in my house is always tough.  There are the teenagers, who are guaranteed not to like whatever ‘thing’ I buy them: simply because I chose it, it has to be uncool.  Gift […]


2016 — a Year in Review

01/03/2017 Sharon Swanepoel 0

2016.  What a year, huh?  Judging from a random sampling of my Facebook friends, most folks seem to think that it is in the record book as one of the more seriously horrible years that […]

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