Every year, parents send their sons and daughters away to college hoping they will study hard, find a core group of friends, and experience the time of their lives as they prepare for their future endeavors. We were no different. We sent our youngest off to a small Lutheran college in the midwest. We expected … More The Dick House
Maybe Guy Lombardo’s hit song, “Auld Lang Syne” was better back in the 1920’s than today…think about it–we need massive quantities of alcohol to bring us to sing the dog, and even so, we can barely remember the lyrics. I mean, who really needs a song celebrating the fair-weather friends who come and go in … More Auld Lang Syne or See Ya Later, Sucker?
“I don’t repeat gossip, so listen closely” is a phrase you might hear from one of the characters in New York Times Bestselling Author, Karen White’s latest offering, THE NIGHT THE LIGHTS WENT OUT. For those of you who were born at a certain time in history, you’ll remember a song by an actress on the … More Foxy Bibliophile – December 11, 2017
In fact, I have a theory. If the children were court-ordered to remain in the family home and the parents had to rotate in and out and back and forth, maybe more people would be willing to work at their marriages. … More Of Marriage and Independence
And life marched on–up the steep mountains and across the raging rivers, and through it all, our loyalty to one another has been as firm as Michael Phelps’s ass. (Hey, we both love swimming.) Our rock-solid credo has remained firm as well: “Kicking Ass and Raising Hell Since the Nixon Administration.” … More Of Friendship, Giggles and Bad-Assery