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Couch Potato: Some ‘Lazy Quick Hits’ to brighten your day
Welcome to this extra special edition of the Couch Potato, where I very lazily tell you about some stuff that I recently watched. Strap in now, because it’s going to be a wild ride of “Lazy Quick Hits.”
Gary Church: It’s hard to believe, but I used to have a devil of a time behaving in church
Recently, a friend of mine started a Facebook page about our former church. The members started reminiscing about their weddings, child dedications, baptisms, and other events they hold dear to their hearts.
Lisa Madras: Thanks for the wisdom, Dr. Phil — I think
How important are you ... to you? "Don't worry about hurting my feelings because I guarantee you not one bit of my self-esteem is tied up in your acceptance."
Josh Drespling: Great ... now I’m the one who’s old, bald and fat
Many, many moons ago when I was but a wee lad, my friends and I made fun of some people. This mostly happened at church, of all places.
Gary Church: Maybe I didn’t get into trouble, but I got the last lap
I try to attend the New Wilmington Business Expo each year. This year, it was a little different for me. I was asked by The News to take some photos while I was there.
Tim Kolodziej: Three lessons we can learn from ’Canes’ magical run
Each time they set foot on the court, coach Ralph Blundo and his basketball team continue to teach us about sustained excellence. There are probably dozens of ways we can dissect their success this season, but here are three key lessons I’m learning from this unique squad.
The Couch Potato: Don’t like ‘Bagger Vance?’ You may need a Mulligan
The thing about art is that it's subjective. Something that one person loves, another hates. Obviously, that holds true with entertainment, as there are countless examples of television shows and movies that are adored and hated alike.
Gary Church: I’m not Bugs Bunny, but I know my carats
You may wonder where the inspiration for my blogs comes from. Sometimes, I wonder that myself. Here is a great example of how it happens.
Lisa Madras: My life, as see on TV? Geez, I hope not!
What makes life easier? If you've ever seen an "As Seen on TV!" product, you might believe that there are a lot of things out there that will make your life easier.
Josh Drespling: Daughter’s superhero is man of steal
I've stumbled across yet another conundrum in my life — I am a thief. It's not every day that you can make such a stark discovery about yourself, but when you have the innocence of a 7-year-old child relaying this information to you, you are best advised to take heed.
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