FEATURES COLUMN: The institution of marriage has been an interesting ride through the centuries
Kissing at the end of a marriage ceremony wasn’t inspired by romance, but by Roman contract law.
FEATURES COLUMN: That a wrap on that package
A care package to college includes boxed sets of footwear essentials.
FEATURES COLUMN: Here we are at the start of her senior year, and I am sad
When your daughter reaches her senior year of high school, you don’t want to miss one minute of it.
FEATURES COLUMN: Great stories are out there if you take time to listen
Taking time to listen is the key to learning new things and hearing wonderful stories that you otherwise would miss.
FEATURES COLUMN: Some ideas are pure gold
Want the remote? Take the test first.
FEATURES COLUMN: With old fashioned inner tubes, father knows best
Scars can be reminders of adventures of our youth.
Researchers say that middle-aged couples are very good at tuning out their spouses in order to hear a stranger talk.
FEATURES COLUMN: Failing to heed warnings can place you in a sticky situation
Rule No. 1 for kids: If someone says not to touch something, you just have to touch it.
FEATURES COLUMN: Childhood vacations always smelled like pecan logs
When I think of summertime and going on vacation, I think of my little avocado green hard shell suitcase with the two button locks on the outside that would pinch if you weren’t being careful
FEATURES COLUMN: An auto break-in is a lesson for a teenage driver
One area thief who breaks into cars now has a healthy supply of sunscreen.
FEATURES COLUMN: Seventeen years sure can fly by
I remember thinking about so many things I would try my best to teach you.
FEATURES COLUMN: Talking to yourself is OK, as long as you dont answer
One advantage of talking to yourself is the assurance that at least one person is listening to what you have to say.
FEATURES COLUMN: A quick whiff and a solid thump can determine a good, ripe cantaloupe
For some quality produce-picking tips, catch a rerun of “The Golden Girls.”
FEATURES COLUMN: People just aren't as friendly as they used to be
Is it my imagination, or are people just not as friendly as they used to be?
If our children have something strong to hold on to – decency and honor, goodness of spirit - no matter what direction nature directs, they will always come back to their beginning.