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Saturday, May 30, 2015
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I can't promise not to cry ...
I'm equal parts happy and sad today, friends. As many of you will already have learned, the CN's esteemed editor, Andy Weld, is leaving the newspaper business to pursue a new career path.
Don't listen to the dream crushers
Someone once told me in so many words that it's OK to dream, but don't ever let it get in the way of real life.
The last train, the last straw ...
So I was once mistaken for a homeless person in New York's Grand Central Station.
Memorial Day about more than barbecues
Memorial Day should mean more than a three-day weekend. This weekend isn't simply a time for barbecues, family get-togethers and an extra day off of work.
Husband-training tips for the modern wife
Who all here has a husband in the 21st century? OK, now who all here married in 2008 or later? Congratulations -- you are a "modern" wife, and that's what I'm going to talk about today.
The lazy days of summer are a thing of the past
I remember when I was a kid, waking up that first day after school got out for the summer and thinking about how wonderful it was that there was absolutely nothing I had to do.
And now for a blatant PDA ...
I talk a lot these days about my own life's journey and re-discovering myself and I know it's all just a little bit too "Eat, Pray, Love" sometimes ... but there's one aspect of this journey I haven't covered yet.
Congrats to the class of 2015
Twenty years ago this month, I accepted a diploma from former Gosnell High School Principal Charles Yarbro -- signed by his legendary pen.
Zombie apocalpyse is already here
Last weekend, I was watching one of my favorite TV shows, "The Walking Dead." I'm a die-hard fan of the show, especially of Daryl Dixon.
Letters to the EditorSpike in violent crime warrants more outrage (05/29/15)
You, and the choices you make, matter (05/22/15)
Parent uphappy with treatment of student (05/11/15)
Tobacco numbers don't lie (05/07/15)