FEATURES COLUMN: The three little words that are hardest to say to a spouse are, 'I was wrong'
Sometimes when it comes to stubbornness, you just have to grit your teeth and toe the line.
FEATURE COLUMN: The internet is convenient for shopping, but short on creating memories
Saturday-before-Easter trips to the shoe store a prized memory.
FEATURES COLUMN: even GPS devices can be directionally challenged
GPS devices lacking in essentials such as best pot for a potty break and where to pull over when you see blue lights flashing.
FEATURES COLUMN: Got my purse, now where are those darn reading glasses?
A woman’s purse is a general store in a bag when a family is on a long road trip.
FEATURES COLUMN: Kids grow up and starting make their own decisions so fast
At some point, our children start making their own rules for living, including some we may not agree with.
FEATURES COLUMN: Though her time was too short, Meredith Stapleton lived it to the fullest
Meredith Stapleton proved a person can do some amazing things, even in a short period of time.
FEATURES COLUMN: Faced with an intrusive rodent and its icy stare, the only choice is to run
Nothing is more startling than to be awakened from a nap by a squirrel that’s staring you down.
FEATURES COLUMN: I’d like to live in Downton Abbey for a day
Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood has nothing on the World War I era aristocracy of Greta Britain.
FEATURES COLUMN: Guerrilla tactics heat up battle of the thermostat
Never draw an open battle line in the battle of the thermostat until you know which side the polar bears will take.
FEATURES COLUMN: Stupid questions sometimes sneak up on you
Sometimes you have to think before you open your mouth.
FEATURES COLUMN: Red carpet style worth missing a little sleep to see
Nothing goes better with a Golden Globe and a red carpet that your basic orange.
FEATURES COLUMN: What is, 'Personal information that makes you cringe?'
For smart people, contestants on “Jeopardy!” say some awkward things about themselves.
According to Peter J. Bentley, a PhD who is a so-called expert on the science of bad days, a bad day only exists if we allow it to. It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy.
FEATURES COLUMN: A Christmas sign leads to a New Years resolution
A dog and cold pucks of frozen dough lead to a new resolve to master the art of lace bread.
FEATURES COLUMN: The lights on tree are reminders of Christmases past
The coming of Christmas brings with it a special peace.