The radio ad for an ab sculpting company caught my ear, not because of the inches it promised to whittle from my waist in a few easy sessions, but for its tagline, which said I “deserved” the stomach of my dreams.
FARGO – Amy Goyer moved away from her house, her boyfriend, her established East Coast life four years ago to care for her parents in Arizona.
FARGO – For years I’ve been an advocate of brown-bagged lunches. Now with my daughter off to kindergarten, I’ve got another family member occasionally in need of a packed lunch.
His pointer finger presses into my chest accusingly. A scowl darkens the face I love.
“Bad Mommy,” my 2-year-old shouts, his hand now slapping me. “Bad Mommy! Bad Mommy!”
Fargo -- Val Kleppen couldn’t understand what the doctor was telling her.
FARGO – They’re often quickly discarded into a bathroom wastebasket, but used-up toilet paper rolls (and paper towel and wrapping paper tubes) can be upcycled into super cute crafts.
FARGO – Beginning college with retirement in mind can set students up for a solid financial future.
I stared at the long and brand-specific kindergarten school supply list and compared it to the back-to school-aisle, which had already been given prime store placement in early July.
FARGO – The names of Hot Huez temporary hair chalk alone promise brightly colored results: hot pink, electric blue, fiery fuchsia and neon green.
FARGO – Hot days call for cold drinks, and this summer I’ve been experimenting with a few cocktail recipes.
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