Category: Laughs

Cropped Wolfsie, Dick

Opinion: A faithful companion

Commentary by Dick Wolfsie Garrison Keillor performed his final “Prairie Home Companion” episode last week, capping things off with a goodbye visit to Lake Wobegon, his mythical hometown where “all the women are strong, all the...

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Opinion: Charmingly imperfect

Commentary by Danielle Wilson A few months back I chipped one of my already-crooked bottom-front teeth. Luckily my horse-size chompers up top hide the snaggle-tooth for photo ops, but it’s quite noticeable when I...

Cropped Wolfsie, Dick

Column: Asleep at the wheel

Commentary by Dick Wolfsie I have tried many things over the years to get a better night’s sleep. I once took Ambien but when I woke up in the morning, I discovered I had...

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Opinion: Dance reflection

Commentary by Danielle Wilson The 2016 dance season is over, culminating in a six-day trip to Myrtle Beach for nationals. So much to say, only 350 words to convey. Now only 325. Here we...

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Opinion: Georgia still on my mind

Commentary by Dick Wolfsie My wife and I recently returned from a very relaxing vacation in Savannah, Ga. Life there seemed so serene that I began to wonder if I would have been better...

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Opinion: Epic Catholic fail

Commentary by Danielle Wilson Recently we Wilsons had an interesting turn of events to which, in the broader context of parenting, I think many of you will relate. My boy/girl twins are almost 15...

Cropped Wolfsie, Dick

Opinion: Sitting pretty

Commentary by Dick Wolfsie What has happened to the art of sitting? People nowadays don’t just sit, but they have to be involved in some activity like emailing, blogging, tweeting, reading or watching TV....

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Opinion: More on labor and delivery

Commentary by Danielle Wilson Two weeks ago Current published a health piece on labor and delivery for first-time moms. Dr. Perkins provided wonderful advice, but she missed a few nuggets of information that I...

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Opinion: Aerating grievances

Commentary by Dick Wolfsie The men who live in my cul-de-sac aerate their lawns. I’m telling you this because there’s a good chance that because of this unnecessary demonstration of male virility, I may...