Viewpoints

Thu
02
Dec

Bambi lover gets a lesson in life

It's been three years since I bagged my first deer.

Mon
29
Nov

A little bit of canine carpentry

Question: How good of a carpenter is a 45-pound dog? Answer: A fairly messy one.

Thu
25
Nov

Green streets, blue water, yellow ducks

If you live or work near Bayport, you know about the Duck Derby.

Mon
22
Nov

Jingle bell shopping jitters

It's the start of the holiday shopping season, and what that means for me is another six or seven weeks of avoiding shopping malls like they're the second coming of the Black Death.

Mon
22
Nov

The key to happiness: an attitude of gratitude

Did you know that people who routinely give thanks are healthier than their less-grateful counterparts?

Scientific studies show it's true. Or at least that's the notion put forth in a press release I received last week.

Wed
10
Nov

Written word faces extinction

Let this be a call to arms for the Word Crimes Tribunal. We must act before it's too late. Wait, let me put this in terminology everyone will understand: Lets act b4 it's 2 l8.

Sun
07
Nov

That's just dandy, Randy

Let's just face it; the Vikings are a mess.

Wed
03
Nov

A year of 'last times'

I'll never forget the first time I saw my twin sons.

A hospital nurse held up two little babies wrapped tightly in blankets like little papooses, only their chubby cheeks and button noses showing, and I was immediately smitten.

Fri
29
Oct

Life after buckthorn

The thrill is over. For one great moment you were one with your animal instincts. With ears perked and eyes constantly searching, you entered the woods in your backyard and sought out sinister invaders.

Wed
27
Oct

'Goat ropers need love, too'

If you read the headline of this column, you might be expecting an in-depth story about the plight of lonely goat ropers and their search for romance. Sorry to disappoint, but it's about bumper stickers.

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