Hold on to your hat. Despite what your mother told you, normal body temperature is NOT 98.6. It’s more like 97.5 degrees. Fahrenheit, that is.
Because I work from home, I miss certain things.
If anyone from the Hallmark Channel is listening: I have a Christmas movie idea. Lori Loughlin could star. If she’s, uh, free. You know. The college admissions thing.
Today I am writing on behalf of anyone who has ever been the victim of unfair criticism due to the peculiar circumstances of their upbringing.
So there I was last week, glued to the impeachment hearings, thinking about becoming a congressperson.
I realize that you, my family, my friends, my children’s friends or, frankly, anyone who has ever tried to chew my roast beef may not think of me as someone who runs in prominent culinary circles.
I keep reading about the Kirkwood teacher who prefers to be called by the gender-neutral title of Mx., and how the school district and many parents are fine with it, but some parents are not, …
It is about time we, as Americans, had a candid conversation about our feelings towards vegetables. These feelings are, in a nutshell, complicated.
Our nation is facing unprecedented challenges. We hear of cancer-causing windmills. Sharpie-altered hurricane maps. I mean, what does one even WEAR to a civil war?
Today, I’d like to draw your attention to a recent advisory from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, warning against an embarrassing new public health threat.
I just finished doing some research on time capsules. What I learned was disturbing. Any questions?
Some things are not designed for the fast pace of modern life. For example, three-hour baseball games. Also, philosophy.
The history of backpacks, and by extension, the history of America, can be divided into three parts.
Sometimes, you have to wonder what the Russians are thinking.
Today I have serious questions regarding the eating habits of the females our young girls now look to as role models.