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The Strength of Silliness

The Strength of Silliness

We too often get older and get more serious.

I mean that in the nicest way, of course.

As we get older we work, we get careers, focused, and very task-oriented.   586 more words

Sick? Who Has Time to be Sick?!

Sick? Who Has Time to be Sick?!

There’s a commercial that’s making the rounds that cracks me up every time.  I love it for two reasons: 623 more words

Things You Should Never Say . . .

Things You Should Never Say

I stumbled on an article last night after a brief recording session . . . testing the mic placement for a guitar. 909 more words

The "Education" in Phys-Ed

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The “Education” in Phys-Ed

Clothes quickly became the bane of my existence when I was the only parent in my household.  They piled up, both dirty and clean.   805 more words

The Forty-Something Philosophy

The Forty-Something Philosophy

The discussion began, as many have the last few weeks, with my oldest daughter.  It’s what used to be the empty, quiet time in the house, the twins in bed, the middle daughter either beating on her guitar and wailing away at her angst-ridden singer-songwriter tomes or headphones in zoning out the world. 913 more words