She tried to fix it herself. Honest.
This is another “without fail” story. And if you’re a woman who speaks that binary computer mumbo dot jumbo, spare me. Go fix a good pot roast or something; then we’ll talk.
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I used to think that if something didn’t turn out right (cake batter or laundering a stained blouse, say) the way to apply a fix was to add something. More flour to the batter. An applique over the stain. I’d like to say those solutions worked, but we both know ...
I love getting mail, the real kind you don’t have to print out. The kind you have to get out of your chair for. So I was excited to see my friend’s return address in the pile, and it wasn’t just because the envelope didn’t hold a bill.
I’ve always known ...
One would think wedding vows are unambiguous. Straightforward. No subtext, no exceptions. Love is love.
"Not so,” say some men. “If you get really sick or disabled, I’m outta here.”
A study published in the journal Cancer reported ...
Riding my 3-wheeler on a Sunday morning bike ride with David
, we pedaled a mile to get donuts (a reward for exercising). We pass by a huge grassy field on our route and paused to watch a man throwing a ball to his dog. A ...