Not the Dog Food Again

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I always feed our pets before we eat so they don’t bother us when we’re at the table. [ Read More ]

Fruit Cobbler: Never Again

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As a child, I had a huge fear of disappointing my parents.  I always tried to do the right thing, afraid of ever letting them down.  I distinctly remember my well thought out speech to them in 4th grade, outlining why I was choosing to quit the violin. [ Read More ]

Weekend Wifi Password

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Tips for parents out there: Here’s what you should do on weekends with the wifi password. Satisfaction guaranteed, although sometimes you’ll hear them yell, “Mom, don’t be like Satan!” [ Read More ]

The Scarf

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A family Christmas gathering is fertile ground for humorous stories…especially when a “white elephant” gift exchange is involved. [ Read More ]

My Son and His Life with Satisfaction

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This is a photo of my youngest son and his reaction to when I finished his Toy House. As you can see, he was very satisfied. [ Read More ]

Valerie and Her Super Glasses [PODCAST]

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Mary Ann tells the story of trying to get her daughter, Valerie, to wear glasses. Does Valerie embrace her new life in spectacles? [ Read More ]

Keep Cool, Steve

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I was always that badly behaved little twerp when I was three. [ Read More ]

The Wrong Car

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It had been a hard day at school. I had moped my way through English, been shouted at in Math and doodled in Geography. [ Read More ]

Seat Belt Bloopers

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A Police officer motioned for my father, who was driving a tractor trailer, to pull over, and then asked him for his license and insurance. [ Read More ]

Dad Wins Again

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One hot 4th of July in Georgia, my dad decided to run in a 5K for which he did not train. Once upon a time, Daddy was quite an athlete. Those days were long since gone! [ Read More ]

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