I have a family history of colon cancer so my doctor insists I undergo a colonoscopy every five years. At least that’s the goal. I procrastinated as long as I could, but now I’ve got another success story in my medical record. Here’s how it went.
During my vacation, I wandered the streets like a vagabond, and by the fourth day, I summoned the courage to talk with one of the real street people. This is part 2 of my conversation with Susan.
During my vacation, I wandered the streets of Portland like a vagabond, and by the fourth day, I summoned the courage to talk with one of the real street people. This is part 1 of my conversation with Susan.
I don’t like to travel, but I spent part of my vacation in Portland impersonating a street person. It was hard. And I had some unique experiences.
I was too cheap to pay for a DNA analysis, but I was intrigued enough to imagine what my sample would reveal. Here are my unscientific results.
This Mother’s Day has me remembering how hard my mother worked to feed us. She showed us love every day with her potato cooking skills.
Over the years I’ve come to a deeper appreciation for why we need to celebrate the bitter with the better when it comes to Easter time. That’s not easy for a shallow person. It only took me 63 years to get it.
President Trump has picked a lousy time to ban leprechauns with St. Patrick’s Day on the calendar this week. And as with all sweeping decisions this ban has had some unexpected and disastrous consequences. Read full post to see how you can help save tradition.
When I was sick for several weeks, my husband showed me extreme empathy. Was I able to return the favor? I reveal all in this humor essay.
It is inevitable that people who live in snowy climates develop cabin fever. This post provides some great coping strategies.