Dear Amy: Every year, our aunts, uncles and cousins plan a yearly “European family vacation.”
Rick Zandbergen is a big advocate for the underdog. It’s no wonder, since Rick is an underdog himself – someone who has overcome numerous obstacles in his life but has followed his dream regardless.
I’m a pretty good scrabble player. But I have a fatal flaw that keeps me from excellence. When my tile combination provides a particularly elegant or creative word, I am unable to resist playing it. I downplay the defensive risk, assuring myself that my opponent will only score modestly on the newly opened-up board. Sadly, I repeatedly find they’ve
Dear Amy: I am a 52-year-old divorcee who recently married a wonderful 62- year-old widower.
Dear Amy: My husband and I decided to do a DNA test for fun.
Dear Amy: I was on my husband’s phone recently and saw he had been watching videos featuring lots of different women: Women who were doing things like folding towels, pretending to give haircuts and sometimes just whispering. Nothing sexual, just long videos of really nothing happening.
Dear Amy: Recently, a close mentor of mine was accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct in the ‘90s. The accusations (many of them quite graphic) were made public in a national and highly respected publication.
Dear Amy: I am one of six adult siblings. We gather once or twice a year in a low-key kind of way to stay connected and catch up.
Decades ago when I worked in finance, I often joined company discussions about new software. While off-the-shelf software packages were becoming readily available, some companies still opted to build their own accounting, purchasing or email programs.