2:08 PM Aug 12, 2013
Three years ago, my vocabulary was entirely different than it is today. I’m not just talking about “bad words,” which are definitely a no-no with a parroting young lady following me around, but also the words I use in everyday life.
2:06 PM Aug 12, 2013
Last week, an old memory came surging back to me while I played golf on a WWII bombing range in the Southwest corner.
12:39 PM Aug 9, 2013
I dare say I get hundreds of emails each day. Last week, as I sifted through the spam, press releases and miscellaneous files collected in my inbox, one from concernedparent75 sparked my interest.
3:22 PM Aug 8, 2013
It’s not enough anymore to slap up a website and call it done. The information superhighway is bumper to bumper now, so anyone wanting to actually be seen on the internet needs to be strategic.
4:59 PM Aug 6, 2013
This week is going to be a great week. You might wonder why I think that or how I know, and my answer is simple.
2:35 PM Aug 5, 2013
A lot of people will tell you that as long as you’re above ground, you’re doing well. That’s not necessarily true.
2:20 PM Aug 5, 2013
When one reaches my age, memories swirl beneath the surface to rise when an event brings them from the recesses my forgetful brain.
11:49 AM Aug 2, 2013
The description of kindergarten Thursday evening at Castle Heights Elementary School didn’t have the same allure it had 32 years ago for some reason.
8:21 PM Aug 1, 2013
Without technology, mass communication as we know it would be impossible. From the printing press to the internet, technology has been the backbone of mass communication since almost day one.
3:43 PM Jul 31, 2013
Today I celebrate one of those "milestone" birthdays. I am now officially no longer in my 20s. Everyone says that turning 30 makes you feel different somehow, but I really don't.
7:23 AM Jul 30, 2013
As I’m progressing and settling into my new job here at The Democrat, I’ve found myself quickly submersed into all of the political goings-on of the area. Now, I was a journalism as well as a political science major, so you’d think I had already learned all there is to kn...
7:00 PM Jul 26, 2013
When kindergarteners go off to school for the first time, there’s always a good bit of crying. Even though not a tear was shed from my eyes the first two go-arounds with our oldest two children – now in fifth- and sixth-grade, respectively – I associate the first day...