The obesity problem in North America is so widespread (pun intended) that clothing manufacturers are now refusing to divulge the “average” size dress women wear.
Month: December 2008
Parkinsons is slowly encroaching on the life of my Dad.
Brad Pitt is an uneven actor at best. For every A River Runs Through It there’s a Meet Joe Black, three hours of my life I desperately wanted back when the credits rolled.
I rarely write about my Little Sister because I don’t want to embarrass her or tell tales she’d rather I didn’t. But she remains an important part of my life, even though the formal part of our relationship is essentially over.
two Corning dishes full of mashed potatoes, a half-jar of cranberries, three-quarters of a birthday cake, two containers of a brocolli/rice dish, a small tub of gravy and two pieces of pie.
However you celebrate today and even if you don’t I wish you peace, love and hope
It has happened twice so far this holiday season, and because I have to head out briefly again today, I want to make sure no one is third time lucky.
As my beloved and I merged our households into one, I encountered the precious space of an entire kitchen shelf stacked full of gift mugs. Each of them bore a saying that spoke to the heart of his gear-headed, M&M-loving, coffee-addicted personality, but they had sat and hung virtually unused, apparently for years. And so …
Yesterday, we attended the first of two family Christmas dinners.
What are my media brethren and sisters smoking?
I’ve been getting some strange phone calls lately and it turns out that I’m not alone.
The province’s train service is letting riders down again.
The Tale of Despereaux is coming to movie theatres and plenty of kids already know the story of the triumphant mouse. I, however, did not. And the beginning of the book absolutely slayed me with its inappropriateness for its target age group, 8 to 12 years old.
Years ago, Lance Secretan was a guest on my CHML talk show. We hit it off to the degree that we discussed producing a radio show together. Lance is an author and corporate ethics and excellence advisor. But when it came to crunch time, he was simply too busy for a little radio program.
The Daily Beast reports the silly-rich are starting a new trend.
So I decided to paint the downstairs bathroom.
I picked up a thick paperback called Toxic Fame in a used bookstore recently.
Has Tom Cruise gone the way of thousands of actors before him and undergone some facial upgrades in an effort to ward off the ravages of time?