Category Archives: Humor

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Domestic Diva vs. Grumpy Granny

DOMESTIC DIVA: There is nothing like a homemade Thanksgiving meal to celebrate the holiday and show your family how much you care. GRUMPY GRANNY: There is nothing like calling all your friends and relatives to try to wrangle an invitation … Continue reading

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Goodbye to Leaf Peeping

I didn’t set off any more car alarms as I had previously when waiting for the others to hike, but I did get in the wrong car. I ran out in the rain opened the door to a car of … Continue reading

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Test-Tube Lobsters

While not especially humorous, the lobster industry was an interesting aspect of a trip to Maine and I want to share it with readers. I found out more than I ever wanted to know about lobsters in Maine. They are … Continue reading

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Land of Lobsters and Lighthouses

In Tennessee the leaves of late fall are turning deep gold and red in their last hurrah before giving up to the wind. Fall comes later in the South than in the North. Today I have another column in the … Continue reading

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Covered Bridges

What’s a trip to New England without covered bridges? I love covered bridges, so, of course, it was mandated that we look for bridges. We didn’t have to look far as there were two right in the area where we … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Autumn

I was packed and ready to go at 5 o’clock in the morning. I didn’t think there would be many people flying at 5 o’clock on Sunday morning. Wrong. The place was packed. Going through airport security, I had my … Continue reading

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Older than Dirt

I’ve not checked the mirror, (We are not on speaking terms.) but I’m beginning to suspect that I’m getting old: HOW DO YOU KNOW WHEN YOU ARE OLDER THAN DIRT?*You can’t figure out the remote control or the automatic coffeemaker.*You … Continue reading

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Letter from a Daughter

Dear Mom, I know it’s been a while since you heard from me, so I thought I’d let you know what’s going on. I’ve been really busy lately or I would have written sooner. My idea about getting a job … Continue reading

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My Can Runneth Over

Today I have recycling on my mind. It seems that we do way too little of it. If you have some good suggestions for things lazy people might do to create less trash and save the environment — other than quit … Continue reading

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Lewis Grizzard’s Typewriter

Recently I have been reading some articles by and about the great southern humor writer, Lewis Grizzard. If you have never read any of his work, part of it can be found online and it is well worth the read. … Continue reading

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