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Commentary: Father-In-Law's Influence Chilling

Subscriber onlyFor the record, this wasn't the first time my father-in-law had gotten me to do something I didn't really want to do. Continue reading...

Commentary: Breaking News At The Smith House

Subscriber onlyOne thing I think we've safely determined here is that I'm something of a klutz. Continue reading...

Commentary: Summer, Life Speeds Along

Subscriber onlyWell, that didn't take too long, did it? Continue reading...

Commentary: Grandfathering Goes To Pot

Subscriber onlyWhile our granddaughter, the Little Princess, is perfect in every other way, it appears she needs to acquire a certain skill set not currently in her arsenal. In short, she needs to be, to put it delicately, housebroken. Continue reading...

Commentary: Independence Is A Blast

Subscriber onlyI am, by nature, a cautious person. Continue reading...

Commentary: Latest Snooze From The Beach

Subscriber onlyIt's hard to find much to dislike about a vacation, except that in even the most laid-back of environments, it tends to fly by in a blur of sand-filled swimsuits, sunscreen and red Solo cups (which may explain the "blur" thing a little bit.). Continue reading...

Commentary: Making Room For Soccer

Subscriber onlyLouie is a hopeless gambler. Continue reading...

Commentary: Electra Memories Of Dad, Brother

Subscriber onlySo where does memory reside? In the head or the heart, some old photo album or a favorite song? The house where you grew up or the place where you went to school? Continue reading...

Commentary: Raising The Door On A New Career

Subscriber onlyIt's always important to have a Plan B, and in that spirit, I've determined mine. If none of the current gigs work out, I've got my sights set on the next career move. Continue reading...

Easy as one, two, three

Subscriber onlyI was wandering the aisles of a large store the other day, searching in vain for something the Lovely Mrs. Smith decided we couldn't live or she couldn't cook without (basically, one and the same), when I overheard a mother playing a classic Mom card. Continue reading...

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