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How My Son Became a Meteorologist [PODCAST]

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Everyone has there own special career path. Lorrie tells the story of her own and how her son decided on being a meteorologist. [ Read More ]

The Real Test

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During a major exam back in college, test papers were distributed to the class. After conversing with a nervous assistant, the professor spoke. “Alright guys, we have a problem,” he said, “One of you has the answer key instead of the test.” [ Read More ]

Hannah and I

I am Hannah’s father and Hannah is my daughter, and that’s the way we like it. When she was five years old I took her to see Santa Claus at a local store. [ Read More ]

The Hotel Bathroom Situation

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I realized while staying at this hotel, sometimes you just don’t need toilet paper… [ Read More ]

Where Is The Rest of Me?

I’m slowly losing a part of my identity. I’m not talking about the id, ego, or superego…I’m referring to my apostrophe. Computer programs rarely recognize that my proud Irish surname has the Gaelic equivalent of an umlaut. [ Read More ]

Daughter has Brains

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Obviously, my daughter has brains and she’s using it as her strategy. [ Read More ]

My First Day of High School [PODCAST]

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Doug tells the story of one of his first days of high school. He thought he was saying hi to his cousin but boy, was he wrong! [ Read More ]

Comic Genius Grandson

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My grandson, in his attempts of being a comic genius, gave me this cup of “T”ea. I think I forgot to tell him that I always prefer coffee. [ Read More ]

First Grade, First Love

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Little Leeana has a story about her first grade classmate, Bill, and how he is head-over-heels in love with her! [ Read More ]

Free Wifi

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I found this free wifi sign on campus. To be exact, in Faculty of Science and Mathematics building. [ Read More ]

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