How to survive a man-cold

Every woman knows what it's like when your husband or partner has a man-cold. They require all the care and attention of a newborn. My friend Gail dusts off her black mourning dress and prepares for the worst. While it's tempting and seemingly easier to just divorce the old boy, I have some startling news. Women get man-colds too. In fact, I'm just recovering from one and thought I'd share my coping strategy. I have to preface this piece by saying that I'm not a wimp. I have a high…

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What do you do when your dongle dies?

The first time the word dongle came up in conversation was a few months ago in relation to my Firestick streaming device. Prior to that I didn't even know I had one. And I giggled like a little boy when he hears the word 'boobies', or that old sixties joke about the angle of the dangle. Anyway, I'd like to think I've matured a bit since then, but apparently not. Then, I heard the word dongle again this week when I took my laptop in for service. It's actually the…

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Fannie Flagg is more than Fried Green Tomatoes

Most boomer gals loved the movie Fried Green Tomatoes. In fact, many of us have watched it several times since its original release in theatres in 1991 (Yikes—nearly thirty years ago!). With stars that included Dolly Parton, Julia Roberts, Sally Field and the wonderful Kathy Bates, the movie was a screen adaptation of an original book by Fannie Flagg. It was based on a real-life railroad whistle stop restaurant owned by her late aunt. Until a couple of weeks ago I didn't realize Ms. Flagg had written several other books…

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