Last week, you may recall, I wrote about canned tuna, a post that sent comments and my inbox into a
Our kids are fortunate to be growing up in the most progressive and exciting time in history. Sadly, the very culture that
Want to create enough confusion in your head to make it feel like it’s going to explode? Go shopping for
Regardless what the calendar reads, I know without a doubt that where I live in Northern Colorado, fall has arrived.
I have to admit that my readers’ comments—the good, the grateful; the bad, ugly, glowing, hilarious and even from time
In elementary school I was one of those kids who would get so excited raising my hand and jumping up
From cars that reek of stale cigarette smoke to tile grout and robot floor mops, I get questions of every
Every message that shows up in my inbox or on my desk, regardless of its contents, I take as proof
I have a friend who considers himself single, living alone. But nothing could be further from the truth. He has
I don’t know where I first heard it, but I sure do believe it: “Teaching teaches the teacher!” I love
Every week I get at least a couple of letters from readers whose situations prompt them to start out something
It doesn’t happen often, but now and then I’ll get a message from someone who must be having a particularly
On this beautiful day as we celebrate America’s independence and
Got a question? Lots of readers do and chances are pretty good their questions just might be your questions, too.
I’ve been accused of thinking I have an answer for everything (you know who you are, my dear husband), and
One of the great joys of writing is receiving letters to the editor. Not surprisingly, responses to what I write