My 2011 WordPress Experience

      This is my one hundred and ninetieth post, and I haven’t missed a day. I am proud of the fact that I always managed to create a daily entry; especially since I began writing in the summer. Don’t be afraid to read my first post: Why I Laugh. (There definitely were quite a […]

This Actually Happened – December 17th, 2011

Her Favorite Thing A few days ago, one of our regular customers entered the store with her three year-old son. After several minutes of shopping, he ventured on his own to a different aisle. A few seconds later, he began to yell, “Mommy, mommy, where are you?” His mother, along with everyone else in the […]

This Actually Happened – December 10th, 2011

The previous edition of This Actually Happened dealt with a dreadful topic, and failed to provide the usual laughs. For this week’s post, I will share two stories in an effort to make up for ruining anyone’s enjoyment of a random Saturday night drunken hookup! Wow That’s Small Making online purchases has many perks, but […]

Coming this week (14) Plus More

As far as the Friday series is concerned, I have taken some of the suggestions into consideration and I will attempt to continue the current story. I feel like the story has a lot of potential and I don’t want to be a quitter; a flop, one episode does not make! I accept the challenge […]

The Sports Effect

I can’t imagine a world without sports. There are good days and bad days for sports fans. Yesterday was a great day. The only thing that makes me happier than watching my favorite team win, is watching a hated rival lose. (I honestly think I hate the Patriots more than I like the Broncos!) ***THANK […]

Coming this week (13)

For this week’s entries: I will post an e-mail to a friend which I sent following an “interesting” experience that occurred in 1999. This post will show that my style of storytelling has been with me for years. I actually wrote these for sheer fun! I’ll also discuss bullying. Is it a rite of passage, […]

Sportsmanship

Most people get confused when it comes to the topic of sportsmanship. The term has nothing to do with the score. Sportsmanship is about how you treat the opponent; competitors should always shake hands after the contest and say, “good game.” You can even help an opponent get up after a play is over, during […]