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The Origin of His Bad Trait [PODCAST]


Pia ponders whether or not her son will inherit her bad traits as well as her good ones. Luckily, if he does, it’ll still make for a good laugh or two! [ Read More ]

What’s Parked in Your Garage?


Two blocks away from our house, you’ll find this garage with a jet parked inside, that is if you’re not wearing your glasses. [ Read More ]

Like Mother, Like Daughter

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I was scampering early in the morning for my daughter’s parent-teacher meeting and when I arrived, the teacher seemed a bit flustered, especially when she started telling me that my little girl didn’t always pay attention in class and was sometimes a little flighty. [ Read More ]

One Way To Get Your Boss’s Attention


Every summer, my sister goes to an annual get-together at the lake with her co-workers from the Marketing Department of the community bank. They all have good senses of humor and get along great. [ Read More ]

The Jack Effect


I know a particular dog that is quite strange. He is afraid of leaves, but not pit-bulls. He can stand up and walk on two legs, but routinely falls off of the bed. He will play with you when you are trying to write, and he will sleep when you have time for him. His … [ Read More ]

Why Won’t She Talk? [PODCAST]


Jessica learns how to talk very early in life, but all of a sudden stops one day.  Why? [ Read More ]



I came home from work one day to find my wife cradling our five-month-old daughter and repeating, “Da-da, Da-da.” How sweet, I thought to myself, for her to choose Daddy as our baby’s first word. [ Read More ]

Being Punctual Isn’t Always Good


My colleague, Nick, announced he was throwing a party to celebrate his recent promotion. The news delighted me as I had just bought a beautiful gown with my first paycheck. I was dying to wear it, and Nick’s party gave me the opportunity. [ Read More ]

Must We Ask, “Why Did The Chicken Cross the Road?”

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Finally, somebody dares to consider the possibility of a world where we trust chickens!!! [ Read More ]

The Secret


My Mom and I drive across town to visit some old friends of the family. Living on the West Coast, I don’t get back to Connecticut that often, so it’s always nice to reconnect with the people that were Mom and Dad’s friends when I was growing up. [ Read More ]

Smiles For All