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Shocking secrets revealed!

February 1, 2012 10:14 a.m.

Not wanting to look completely idiotic, I threw it in at the first stop along with some shaving cream and deodorant.
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Growing old before my far-sighted eyes

December 23, 2011 noon

This isn’t about New Year’s resolutions. It’s about another year and waving goodbye again to my long-ago youth.
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Christmas lights, to each his own

November 25, 2011 9:17 a.m.

The front of our house is somewhere between “Bah Humbug!” and the Griswold family home.
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Thanksgiving, the middle child of holidays

October 28, 2011 noon

Thanksgiving Day is the most unappreciated, underrated and quite possibly the best holiday we have.
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Cost of college is a real education

September 23, 2011 noon

I well remember those quaint times when an average person could afford to go to college.
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An empty feeling in the empty nest

August 26, 2011 noon

Empty Nest is more than a parting, it’s questioning if I did my duty as a parent.
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From bland and bitter to a caffeine routine

July 29, 2011 noon

Some things, as they say, are an acquired taste.
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Cutting the grass: a rite of mowage

June 24, 2011 noon

I’ve had a lifetime of lawn mowing. Sometimes it’s been lawn moaning.
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Help! I’ve fallen off the wallet wagon

May 27, 2011 noon

I’m a billfold hoarder and it's a growing problem.
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Waltzing is a feat with two left feet

April 22, 2011 12:23 p.m.

The last place I expected to find myself on Sunday afternoons was the Yellow Rock House Square Dance Center.
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