I have a family history of colon cancer so my doctor insists I undergo a colonoscopy every five years. At least that’s the goal. I procrastinated as long as I could, but now I’ve got another success story in my medical record. Here’s how it went.
When I was sick for several weeks, my husband showed me extreme empathy. Was I able to return the favor? I reveal all in this humor essay.
This humor essay helps us remove our blinders so we can see some of the surprising conspiracies operating in our everyday life.
I blamed outside influences for my weight gain. I had to face the truth before I could come up with a weight loss strategy. I am a volume eater. Can you relate? Have I got some tips for you!
Coughing uncontrollably from a recent upper respiratory infection inspired me to start a movement to wage war on incontinence. This is your invitation to join the efforts by becoming part of #pantylinernation.
To distract myself from making New Year’s resolutions, I did a little trip down memory lane, looking back at 2016 through my backup camera.
This is remake of a familiar story featuring the fictitious couple, Opal and Henry Wiseman. They are senior citizens excited about spending their 2017 social security raise to make each other happy at Christmas time. But as in the original story their plans take an ironic twist.
An interesting thing happens in Maine every November. Men abandon their wives by the thousands. They think they are going deer hunting but they are actually contributing to the longevity of their marriages.
A high standard of living lends itself to some unique risks and injuries. I explore some of my mishaps in this humorous essay.
With the glut of cures for constipation on the market, don’t you think there should be specialized pills to cure this gut-wrenching affliction?