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Forgetting Lollipops

Is the glass half empty, or is it half full? Maybe it depends on what we keep in our glass.

Tuba Lessons

When you’re forced to take boring tuba lessons, sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands. When I was 6 years old, I started taking tuba lessons. Not by choice of course.

My Halloween Adventures

Halloween is my favorite holiday. There’s nothing I love more than getting dressed up and going trick or treating. Ah yes, I should mention that I’m 31 years old.

The “Chutzpah” Awards

“And the award for the best supporting actress goes to…….”. As the show host glibly intoned these words, I suppressed a yawn. I was watching the Golden Globe awards ceremony, but NOT finding it terribly exciting. After all, there is a plethora of awards, the Oscars, the Tony’s the SAG’s, not to mention the Grammys and the Emmys, etc, etc. These shows are getting pretty routine. They show the same people over and over. You get to see a few pretty or handsome faces, plus a few good looking outfits, but that’s all. No drama, no humor, no excitement.

Valentine Rose

The best Valentine Day present I ever received. What a sweet Surprise you were? I meet Ricky eight months earlier through my best friend’s boyfriend.

A Man’s Guide – Simple Rules For Survival

Men are simple creatures, with simple rules for living. To avoid a lifetime of loneliness, headaches, and social unrest, consider these simple rules when sharing a roof with the one you love.

Obama Got Second Oath, Aretha Wants Seconds Too

DETROIT – Aretha Franklin, Queen of Soul and self-proclaimed best singer in the history of the human voice, is unhappy about the way her rendition of “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” has been perceived by fans around the world. Criticisms of Franklin’s inaugural performance continue to surface on many Internet forums, with some accusing Franklin of having lost her magic. “Aretha might be the queen of soul, but she’s in real danger of being dethroned,” writes one fan.

What Humour Means to Me

Humour I feel, is one of those essential attributes, that a human being must be able to grasp in order to have a fulfilling life. Humour invokes the ability to laugh, and this in turn releases special hormones that are good for you. Indeed many people pre-plan to laugh three or four times today just because it makes them feel better.

He Was Like Wyatt Earp

“Just leave them alone and they’ll leave you alone.” Those words were pearls of wisdom from my old man. They work, too. Over the years I’ve crossed paths with many wasps-or hornets, or yellow jackets, or, heck, I don’t know what they’re called – but I know they sting!

The Humor of the Gold Rush (Part II)

In 1850, during the pioneer days of the California gold rush, grizzly bears were occasionally met with, and they hardly ever gave space on the road, though they were not apt to attack a man unless provoked. In the early days, these giant bears were very numerous, and at the time of that first wave of gold rush pioneers there were many desperate fights between the grizzly and hunters. Their great size, strength, and vicious nature rendered them a most formidable enemy to the hunter, prospector and pioneer.

The Humor of the Gold Rush (Part I)

The gold rush days of California were not without their humor, and some of the stories are funny enough that they are well worth repeating. Now the rush for wealth in those days brought out both the good and the bad, the honest and the deceitful. Not all pioneers were hard working and honest.

The Top 20 Excuses Why New Year’s Resolutions to Lose Weight End in Failure

It’s no secret that New Year’s Resolutions generally don’t last very long… have YOU used any these excuses? January is New Year’s Resolution time. Lose weight, gain weight, quit smoking, start smoking, get rich, spend more time working and less time with their families…you name it, people resolve to do it. Yet how many people actually succeed with their resolutions?

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