The London Olympics this summer seem to have created a wave of British fever that’s undeniable. If you’re visiting London for the first time for the Summer Games, you might have a bit of culture shock. That’s where we come in.
Eating out is a privilege, made all the sweeter because we don’t have to prepare the meal ourselves, which means we don’t have to go to the grocery store, which, if you’ve ever been, you know can be a heart-palpitating nightmare.
There’s nothing wrong with loving Nicolas Cage (hey, we sure do). But when your appreciation for the notoriously eccentric actor starts creeping into your professional life, it might be time to admit you have a problem.
Walking under ladders, spilled salt, black cats, broken mirrors, and Friday the Thirteenth are all common superstitions we encounter as we go through our daily lives. Why do we give such weight to these particular events?
Last year I attended my 50th high school reunion. It was great to see so many old friends. In fact, so many showed up there was some I missed talking to and the reunion lasted two nights. But while talking about the good and bad ole days of high school, the teachers, sports, there will always be the memory of the Senior Prom
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