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Gary Church: What am I writing about today? I really don't know — really
I was surprised to read in a doctor’s column that the statin drugs I'm taking may cause memory loss. It's nice to know that it's not my fault that I can't remember things anymore. But it is getting a little scary.
Lisa Madras: Don’t waste your life — it’s a precious gift that’s far too short
When did you first realize that life is short? I'm sure I don't need to remind you of last week's tragedy at the Boston Marathon. The images of that horrific event have taken their place in our souls right next to those of 9/11, the Sandy Hook shooting and every other devastating event in recent history.
Josh Drespling: Appointment! What appointment?
Dear Mr. Optometrist: Thank you for the polite reminder about my upcoming appointment. The postcard you sent in the mail was quite helpful.
Gary Church: Blindfolded taste-testers? Ha, what a bunch of weenies!
New Castle people are sure passionate about their hot dogs. If you ever want to get comments on your Facebook page, just bring up that subject.
Tim Kolodziej: Horror, and plenty of heroes, at the finish line
Man, do I miss running. All the miles. All the smiles. Even the personal time trials. There’s nothing like lacing up the kicks, cranking up the music and losing yourself, stride by glorious stride, for the next hour or so.
Gary Church: Mocking my underwear? Hey, that’s below the belt!
It's a little rough on a guy when his family members are all fashion consultants. My wife and daughter both questioned me: "When did your underwear start showing above your belt?" I thought that was in vogue nowadays.
Lisa Madras: Longing for a do-over? Like scissors, it’s in your hands
If you could do it all over again, would you change anything? My kids ask me all the time if I like being a grown-up. I tell them that it has its upsides and downsides, but always think to myself, "My gosh, what I wouldn't give to be a kid again and start all over."
Josh Drespling: Spring is (finally) in the air — enjoy!
We have missed you, my friend. We have all longed for your warmth, vibrance, and energy. The cold gray of winter has had us locked in its icy grasp for far too long. We greet your arrival with great anticipation and long for the newness you will bring.
Gary Church: I was in the pool! I was in the pool!
I don't know if my blogs will ever become part of a history book. Just in case they do, I think students should know how they did stuff in the 1950s swimming class at George Washington Junior High.
Tim Kolodziej: Some lessons we can learn from the Final Four
So, what’s your excuse? I mean, what do you tell people when they ask why you’re still stuck in the same (fill in the blank)? Enough, already. You’re busted.
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