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Gary Church: What should I get my wife for our anniversary?
My 40th wedding anniversary is coming up, and I think my wife is expecting some kind of an extravagant present. She hasn't used the last gift I got her, so why should I buy another one?
Lisa Madras: Have I learned from my failures? Lord knows I’ve tried
Which is worse, failing or never trying?You'll have to excuse me if I've asked this question before. I honestly can't remember. Getting older hasn't been kind to my brain — which is the reason why I constantly question my decision to go back to school and completely switch careers.
Josh Drespling: Mid-life crisis? I better just suck it up
Have you ever just felt kinda blah? You're in a place where nothing could excite you and, likewise, nothing could bother you. Sensations and perceptions have become secondary, and the only sounds you can comprehend are your own breathing and the rhythmic beating of your heart in your chest.
Gary Church: After ending up in the drink, I became the designated driver
Well, it's finally the season to get the boat out and head up to the lake. Water is very relaxing, and I really enjoy it. I've never owned a boat, but my friend Ron Blews did.
Tim Kolodziej: Go ahead, graduates, and swing for the fence
Nobody asked me, but if I had to offer a few morsels of wisdom to the class of 2014, I would start with this: Life is a lot like a little league baseball game. It really is.
The Couch Potato: You’ve got questions? Then this Spud’s for you!
Hello and welcome everybody to the 52nd weekly Couch Potato blog. I’m your host, Spuds McGillicutty, and we’re here to celebrate a true American hero — The Couch Potato.
Gary Church: Getting high at breakfast? I’ll milk that for all it’s worth
I’ve never been drunk or high. The closest I've ever come to being high is when I'm drinking my cereal milk in the morning.
Lisa Madras: Ten thoughts to help my Son shine brightly
If you could send a message to anyone in the world, right now, who would you send it to and what would it be? The whole #YesAllWomen phenomenon on Twitter (a response to the California rampage) has me thinking quite a lot about the lessons we teach our sons.
Josh Drespling: The eyes have it
It has been said that the eyes are the doorway to the soul. I'm not sure if I believe that, but for what it's worth, my eyes have done their part to make me into the person I am today.
Gary Church: If you want to go parking in an SUV, watch for police
Sometimes when I'm out riding around, I may respond to something I hear on the police scanner. Here’s a recent one that struck me as unusual.
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