Friday, Oct 31, 2014

Joyce Minor

I remember when…

When I was a kid, telephones sat on your desk or hung on the kitchen wall. Most homes only had one, though by the time I hit high school some rich folks had a second one. When I was in grade school, most families had a party line which meant that you...
Published: 10/26/14

Here it comes again

It’s that time of year again when “momentous” decisions begin to weigh heavy on the mind. Okay, so it’s mostly on the minds of women, especially mothers. Things like:
Published: 10/19/14

Value is intangible

A person could go broke just shipping a package these days.
Published: 10/12/14

Why is it so doggone hot?

Is it ever going to get both cool enough and dry enough to exercise outdoors? Not in Florida, at least not this year. As it is, I can’t even walk from my door to the mailbox and back without drowning – either in my own sweat or in a dri...
Published: 10/05/14

The view from here

In January of 2013 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. After two months of tests, I underwent a twelve-hour surgery — double mastectomy and reconstruction. Three months later I began six weeks of chemotherapy to eliminate the disease from my l...
Published: 10/02/14

Don’t mess with marriage

Hollywood and the mainstream news media have perpetrated a huge hoax on the American people, and our courts have not only bought the lie, they’ve backed it up.
Updated: 2 months ago

Whatever happened to funny?

The recent death of comedian Robin Williams caused me to rethink what is and isn’t funny. In the process I realized that twenty-first century society really doesn’t know what’s funny.
Updated: 2 months ago

Kids and critters are daily comedy

Seldom have I met a family with multiple children that did not eventually wind up with multiple pets as well. And so it went with our three kids.
Updated: 2 months ago

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