What Grade Are You In?

Let me set the scene: I’m 27, and I’ve been teaching middle school for three years. I have a master’s degree, I’ve traveled the world, and I’ve successfully solicited grant money for research. While I’m short and look relatively young for my age, I manage to command the attention of students with a good degree … [ Read More ]

Gee, Thanks for the Help

golf

At our golf club, members enter their scores on a computer after each round they play. Following a particularly frustrating game, I inadvertently entered a score higher than it actually was. I was trying to correct the error when our golf pro walked by. “How can I fix this score?” I complained. “Lessons!” he replied. … [ Read More ]

Zinged By My Family: Episode 1, A Senior and A Senior Citizen

To quote Rodney Dangerfield, the simple fact is “I get no respect”. [ Read More ]

Who’s the Culprit?

theater

My son used to take part in a theater restaurant that performed mystery plays. While the shows were quite entertaining, the food left a lot to be desired. [ Read More ]

Zinged By My Family: Episode 2, Relationship Skills Feedback

relationship skills

My family pulls no punches. I think (hope) that means they love me. [ Read More ]

See Anything You Like?

housework

Vincy spills something on the kitchen floor and has to get down to clean it up. His wife comes into the room and delivers one heck of a zinger. [ Read More ]

YOU Love Him

love

My son and daughter were causing a commotion. My husband found out about this, and tried to stop it. [ Read More ]

Problems Hear and There

wife

My wife and I, both a little hard of hearing, were watching golf on TV. [ Read More ]

Opium and My Trip to The Doctor

Poppy Seed Bagel

I had an interesting visit with the Dr. today. [ Read More ]

Draw MY Daddy

draw

“Daddy, draw me a tarantula,” said my four-year-old. So I drew her a massive spider with eight huge, hairy legs. [ Read More ]