Monthly Archives: February 2011

Any Big Plans For My Weekend?

Okay, yesterday’s post was a little dry.  From the two comments I got (my wife and brother), I guess I spent a little too much time talking about feeling sick.  So shoot me.  You see, that’s the beauty of blogosphere.  … Continue reading

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Blow Your Nose & Smell A Rose

It’s official. I’m sick. Not sick as in twisted and demented, though I’m sure some people may disagree with that assessment. My wife would be at the top of that list. But that’s okay, I got this cold from her. … Continue reading

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Who Taught You To Laugh?

People often ask what got me started as a humorist. And to be honest, I really don’t know. I always enjoyed making people smile, and laughter is a smile with a stronger level of commitment, so I guess it was … Continue reading

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I’ve Fallen And I Can’t Stay Down!

It’s been a good week.  Granted, we’re only two days into the week, but I’m feeling pretty optimistic.  The weather is starting to warm up, the snow has melted, and for those of you who asked, last night’s dinner didn’t … Continue reading

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Chocolate Today Keeps The Lawyers Away

After ten months of caring for my mother-in-law in our home, my wife is convinced that dementia is contagious.  I’m beginning to think she’s right.  My daughters are getting used to being called by the wrong name, I’m having a … Continue reading

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Need A Laugh? Then Make One!

Okay, for those of you who have noticed that some of my blogs have been getting longer, let me explain.  For the years that I wrote my humor column, everything was geared toward a newspaper audience and I had to … Continue reading

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Stressed? Take Two Laughs And Call Me In The Morning

So when I woke up this morning, I had every intention of getting something written by early afternoon.  I always plan for the best, then find myself adapting to the real world.  But it’s an existence with which I’m comfortable, … Continue reading

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