I learned this morning that Mrs. G, one of the most loving women I knew from church, passed away after a long battle with multiple sclerosis and cancer.
For nearly half a century, I managed to hang onto them. But now, after much insistence from my dentist, I'm finally without my wisdom teeth.
I replaced my trusty Keurig with an old-fashioned coffeemaker after the Keurig decided it would refuse to brew even a drop of java on the wrong day.
Merriam-Webster recently introduced 'Time Traveler,' a feature that lets users check out which words were added to the dictionary the year they were born.
If you've considered starting a blog but you still haven't published that first post because you don't consider yourself a great writer, please read this.
We all have our favorite cartoon characters, but mine are mostly old-school, pre-1970s, before everything became computer animation. Here's my list.
The number of 'silent' protests that involve kneeling during the National Anthem is increasing...but is the message behind the protests being lost?
The death this week of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner brought about a very disappointing response from some Christians on the notion of going to Hell.
I was rather disappointed to hear a grammar podcaster provide guidance on grammar rules, then suggest an alternative of rebelling against them.
For those of you who love Twitter but hate that pesky 140-tweet character limit, this story is likely the news you've been waiting for.
If you're like many people, you never heard of the word 'dotard' until it was used by a dictator to insult President Donald Trump.
More and more websites are resorting to maddening slideshows to present their content...and depending on the platform, there's a good reason.