I like my mailman -- and if he loses his job, I am afraid I might go postal.
My children have caught me telling lies, and as a volunteer religious ed teacher, this is truly embarrassing.
I am trying to teach my kids to be more gracious when they are talking to each other by using one of Dale Carnegie's old and faithful handbooks. The problem is, I'm not even sure these principles will work!
When I was growing up, sometimes having no agenda was the best fun of all.
While going green is the trend du jour, I have my own tips for saving the earth's natural resources.
Most of us have an endless abyss in our home called the "junk drawer" -- filled with everything from old batteries to packs of mustard. Instead of panicking when looking at mine, I embraced the chaos.
One Halloween evening, when I was a restless 25-year-old living with and off my parents (in other words, a college graduate with a worthless degree in English Literature), I had the opportunity to play a trick on my mother -- three times.