Get It Right Next Time!

In life, sometimes someone hands you the perfect line and you come up with the perfect retort, one that you will always remember! [ Read More ]

Dear Diary– Two Things You Might Want to Know About Me

1) “My past may be checkered, but my future is spotless.”  This is not an original thought, but it sure fits me like a well tailored coat…although don’t worry, nothing too serious in the rear-view mirror.   [ Read More ]

Sports Terminology

sports

Sports can take on another language, and if you’re new to sports, certain phrases and sayings may leave you confused. Let me help break some of these down for you. [ Read More ]

Calling All Men With Beards

I am neither a Hasid nor a Hipster.  But I do have a beard, so I fully support this sign’s call for unity among our hairy kind. [ Read More ]

You CAN Put a Price on Love

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April 14, 2014– Dear Secret Diary, everyone is always saying, “You can’t put a price on love.”  Well, Diary, I learned this past week that in fact CAN put a price on love! [ Read More ]

Q&A Tuesday*: Why Do We Say “BYE BYE” but Not “HELLO HELLO” or “Hey Hey?”

Bye Bye

Today on Q&A Tuesday, we will dive into the linguistic minefield posed by ASMs’ extremely extremely erudite question.  ASMs asks: [ Read More ]

Thank You Is Always An Excellent Response

Thank You

December 20th, 2014.  Dear Secret Diary, as we head into the holiday season, it is always good to keep in mind that “thank you” is always a kind thing to say… [ Read More ]

OPEN to NOPE

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During business hours, a nearby deli displays in its window four little wooden letters: OPEN. Walking by one night after closing time, I realized how creative the store owner is. The four little letters had been rearranged to spell NOPE. [ Read More ]

The Greatest Comeback Ever

Comeback

August 16, 2014– Dear Secret Diary, the greatest comeback line ever? [ Read More ]

More Than A Coat Rack?

Coat Rack

  July 12, 2014, Dear Secret Diary, she claims she is more than a coat rack… [ Read More ]

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