How the Modern Laundromat Has Changed

They said that the advent of the modern automatic washing machine would spell the end of the old-style laundry. Then again, they also said that video would kill the movies. They were wrong on both counts. Far from becoming a thing of the past, the laundry has come of age. It's no longer the dull, […]

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The Parsonage Kitchen Shutdown Threat

A certain situation has been building in the Parsonage for the last several months. At first, I did not think it too serious but alas, we have reached a terrible impasse. It started a few months ago when I came home, walked into the house and was hit in the face so hard I almost […]

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What Do You Mean It’s Time to Go Home?

We had just started our vacation, or so I thought, when the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage said, “Hurry up; it's time to go home.” I have been married to my wife for almost 46 years and during that time, she has always teased me and tried to get my goat. My goat has long […]

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Children’s Health – How to Keep Our Kids Healthy

Psychologists have long considered that childhood is the golden age of developing healthy psychology. All kinds of habits and behavioral patterns lay the foundation at this time. If there is a good start, the moral character of children can be made in the future. Get healthy development; If you ignore the child's mental health at […]

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Enough Is Enough and I’ve Had Enough

I have had enough of some things. There are, however, some things I can never have enough. Apple fritters and coffee are things I can never have enough of. I would never use the word “enough” with these words. Some things are in this category of “I've Had Enough.” Recently, the Gracious Mistress of the […]

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Using Salt Around the House

Salt was surely the first food seasoning. Prehistoric people got all the salt they needed from the meat that made up a large portion of their diet. When people began turning to agriculture as a more reliable food source, they discovered that salt-most likely from the sea-gave vegetables that salty taste they craved. As the […]

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I Fell for It Again

An old saying more or less defines my life, “What we learn from history is that we don't learn from history.” When I was younger, I assumed that the older I got, the smarter I would become. I have not achieved that at this point in my life. It gets so tiresome to repeat the […]

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2 Reasons Why You Should Not Wish to Be a Last-Born

Many of you first-borns and middle-borns reading this article are wondering, “What have last-borns got to complain about? They were and still are the families' babies. More often than not, they are daddy's and mum's favorite. Aren 't they? ” There no denying, last-borns enjoy a certain level of pampering and coddling. These wrappings of […]

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Apple Fritter: The Fruit of My Choice

Our country, so it seems, runs on choice. The more choices we have, the better we like it. Most people in America pride themselves on the ability to make their own choices. “Freedom of Choice,” is the cry you hear all around our country these days. Yet, most people do not have the freedom of […]

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5 Types of Indian Moms: Can You Tell Which One Is Yours?

We all love our mothers no matter how they are. From raising us through the formative years to putting up with our existential angst, our moms have done a lot for us. Inarguably, we too are our moms' reflection. Here are 5 types of Indian moms that everyone knows about. Does your mom fit the […]

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