The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggested this week that a virtual Thanksgiving should replace large gatherings this year.
There are plenty of words with silent letters. The word 'mortgage' is a perfect example: We don't pronounce that 'T' and there's a reason.
Do you have a blog schedule you use to help you publish regularly? I do, but even with an editorial calendar, I still fear missing a slot.
Recently, a story about missing children in Georgia became a controversy and an attack on the media. But it wasn't what some insisted it was.
A huge home that recently went up for sale in Ohio features, of all things, a replica of the Oval Office as part of its floor plan!
Seven months ago, wearing face coverings and staying socially distance wasn't on our radars. Now, we wonder how we'll get back to normal.
I've noticed confusion over two different grammatical terms: past tense and passive voice. They may seem similar, but they aren't.
Two weeks ago, I began an experiment here at 'Patrick's Place' searching for an alternative that might be better than blog comments.
A school district in Tennessee agreed to a lawsuit settlement that forces them to stop promoting Christianity in their schools.
One of my favorite humorists talks about differences among people who are left brain or right brain. I decided to see which I am.
For only the second time since the current tropical cyclone naming convention was created, we've run out of hurricane names!
Don't you hate it when two words differ by just one letter? Choosing between words like ensure or insure can present a challenge.
What motivates would-be bloggers to actually start blogging? Do you really need a formal reason? It certainly can help.