THE NEW FORTY Congratulations Nadine!
I had to laugh when my friend Amy sent me the story about Fargo's Nadine Schweigert's vow to herself. Amy picked up the story on Yahoo!, but I caught the original story on InForum (written by Tammy Sw... Posted on 3/20/12 at 6:31 PM
FARGO SOUTH THEATRE Grease cast polishes music
The Grease cast rehearses with the pit orchestra. Tickets are on sale now at 446-2010.
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MS. SIMPLICITY Cheese Buttons From The Rock Roof Inn
Some of the best cookbooks I own are the ones that churches compile. The problem is that you only have a couple of weeks to buy the cookbook and if you miss your chance, too bad, so sad. Well when I... Posted on 2/2/11 at 8:03 PM
STAFF BLOG THE CHRISTOPHER GABRIEL PROGRAM Today's Show Wednesday 10/27
Today on The Christopher Gabriel Program:
Is it okay for the Secretary of State to sell North Dakota Absentee Voter information?; A hit to your credit could also make it that much tougher to find wor... Posted on 10/27/10 at 9:38 AM
EVERYTHING ELSE Tammy Swift pines for 1984 - (she's funny)
Imagine being caught in a time warp.
Thats exactly what has happened to Michelle Philpots.
The 47-year-old Brit made headlines last week when she told a Today show reporter she was perpetually trap... Posted on 8/24/10 at 9:43 AM
When I go home to visit, I feel a bit like a slouch. I’m schlumping around the house with crazy-cat-lady hair and pajama pants at noon, while my mother can be found cooking breakfast at 8 a.m. in full makeup, a well-matched outfit and carefully coiffed hair.
This winter has been for the dogs. Actually, it’s been too cold for the dogs. Pet owners keep receiving warnings that the ice, rock salt, wind and marrow-freezing cold are simply too much for our domesticated pooches.
Everyone should have a friend like Penelope in their lives. When we first met in the early ’90s, we were both young, single women, just starting out in our professional lives. We reconnected a few years later, after realizing we’d both moved into the same building.
I recently spent a wonderful week in balmy Florida. Palm trees and sleeveless weather were such a welcome break after a winter of Polar Multiplexes in the Frozen North. I got to visit my sisters, eat at a few of my favorite restaurants and think of something besides frozen pipes and snow-shoveling.
I must look guilty. It never fails. Whenever I fly, I am always the one who is singled out for a little extra TSA TLC. My friends have several theories as to why this happens. “Ursula” says it’s because my hair is so large that the TSA thinks I may be smuggling something onto the plane.
I like my space.
Deep down, I’m really an introvert. I’m not a big fan of constant activity and noise. I don’t really like drop-in visitors. I like to eat when I want to and go to bed when I feel like it.
At long last, the Year of Living Painfully is over.
In fact, I kind of feel sorry for 2014. I have heaped so many expectations on it that it may not be able to live up to the hype. It’s kind of like the nice guy who follows on the heels of the bad boyfriend: “You not only need to prove yourself, 2014, you have to make up for that jerk, 2013!”
‘Wouldn’t it be fun to set up the tree?” My mother’s question, posed during Thanksgiving break, seemed so harmless – even inviting. After all, I had once been the family’s official tree-trimmer. One of my favorite jobs was to turn on an old movie and decorate the tree late at night.
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