I got the email from a friend at about 9 a.m. on Valentine’s Day telling me that Pete Buttigieg would be at a rally in Sacramento. I quickly sent out this information to a bunch of local “Pete For America”… Continue Reading
Pranksters in my neighborhood have just reached a new low. Someone TP’d a house—and did a pathetic job. First, they used heavy-duty paper towels, not the impossible-to-remove single-ply bargain-paper, and second they forgot to soap the windows.
Really, people? Is this what America’s youth has come to?
Realizing that valuable Halloween knowledge can be lost in just a single generation, I’m passing along some valuable pointers. Continue Reading
Uncles and Grudges For a time, my life’s ambition was to kick my Uncle Owen’s ass. Owen had four sons. Of all of my eleventy-seven cousins on my mom’s side, I was closest with Jim, the second-oldest of Owen’s… Continue Reading
There I was, sitting with my sister at the Bonnie Raitt concert Saturday, enjoying a fun and relaxing night out, sipping wine from our special Civic Auditorium sippy cups, people-watching as fellow Bonnie Raitt fans took their seats. From a… Continue Reading
Despite the fact that I work online, the truth is that I’m not that much of a techie. I don’t do Instagram. I don’t own a Kindle or an iPad. I don’t do even do online banking, or reserve campsites… Continue Reading
Okay, I didn’t actually catch Scarlet Fever in my living room but thanks to many articles, photos and jokes sent to me by helpful friends and readers, it was a serious concern of mine. For every comment of “Oh, those shy and… Continue Reading