September 26, 2018
Opinion
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The national recognition of the American worker was not a quick journey, but left us with a holiday few understand the significance of. Beginning in the late 1800s, municipal ordinances laid the … more
I love my job as a proofreader. While in reality grammar is just a portion of a proofreader’s job, it is nevertheless one of the most satisfying. ... more
“Where have you been all my life?” I asked that question quite recently, as I sat in lovestruck wonder, watching ... paint peel off — through goggles, per instructions. ... more
I can’t keep fooling myself any longer. I must conclude that gardening is a form of useless self-torture. Eric Young is right. What am I growing anyway, tomatoes? ... more
For those of you who know me, you know I have a heart in the shape of Michigan. more
The prevalence of autism in births continues to rise across the country. According to a 2016 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as of 2016 the prevalence of autism had risen to one in every 68 births in the U.S., almost twice as much as the rate of one in 125 in 2004. more
Too often, too many people take too much for granted. more
As Christmas approached and I was flipping through sales fliers, I found a present for the kids that I thought was absolutely brilliant. It was a mere $25, but I knew it would be received as if it … more
In the Oxford English Dictionary’s latest update it added more than 1,000 words; one of these was “worstest.” Since when did a 5-year-old join the OED’s team of editors? ... more
“It is a surprising and memorable, as well as valuable experience, to be lost in the woods any time.” — Henry David Thoreau. more
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