The Questions We Never Asked

The Questions We Never Asked

We’ve all had a great deal of time on our hands, A. to watch television, B. to eat snacks, C. to read, and to be with each other for 24 straight hours actually causing no harm to anyone that comes within “social distancing” range. This may be one of the few times that...
A Scam for All Seasons

A Scam for All Seasons

The holidays are over, the presents are put away, and we are looking forward to Groundhog Day, Valentines Day, and of course, the tax season! My preference is Valentine’s Day, but as you know, the IRS doesn’t give you much choice. Mark Twain once said: “What is the...
A Stocking “Stuffer” That Can Wait

A Stocking “Stuffer” That Can Wait

Another holiday faux pas—using family time to tell an aging parent that maybe they ought to give up their car keys. Want a real downer? Start talking to a senior about driving and maybe even getting rid of their car. Here’s a stocking stuffer—just hide their keys and...
A League of Their Own

A League of Their Own

There was a wonderful movie made in 1992 called, “A League of Their Own” which told the story about the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. This wonderful movie got me to thinking about when I saw the fist flying fight on prime-time news, which took place...
When Spider Man and Captain Marvel Couldn’t Help

When Spider Man and Captain Marvel Couldn’t Help

Stan Lee, a legend as one of the creators of Marvel Comics and some of its greatest superheroes, died almost a year ago, but where were these titans of the galaxy when he needed them? In news headlines a few weeks back, we now find out that Lee was a victim of elder...