“Pease porridge hot,
“He didn’t even stop.” These words made their way into every conversation my family and I had when we first learned my aunt, Rosalie Apadula Gugliotta, was struck in a hit-and-run this past summer.
Recently, while seated in close quarters in a restaurant booth, I couldn’t help but overhear the conversation among a group of 50-something women seated next to me. “On no! I have to get another colonoscopy,” said one woman. “Me, too,” said another. “I just got one,” added a third voice. As the conversation proceeded, it was evident that some of these ladies would benefit from the power of prunes.
No faith in the Eagles
The Google definition of character is “the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual.” Anyone could give you the definition of that word simply just by grabbing a dictionary or searching it online, but the word character has much more of a meaning than just those nine words. Everyone has their own unique character, and they also have their own definition of character.
Reward good behavior
Over the years, I’ve had a love-hate relationship with New Year’s Eve.
It’s the day before New Year’s Eve, a day when many may ponder the question: Is there a cure for a hangover? I’ve heard of a few remedies. “Best to try a little bit of the dog that bit you last night.” (This didn’t strike me as a good idea.) “Take some anti-inflammatory (aspirin) before going to bed.” (Could pose stomach problems to those hoping to alleviate the next day’s pain.) “Drink plenty of tomato juice the following morning.” (Possibly, sounds good – if you like tomato juice.)
I was ecstatic when I heard that a leader of Martina White’s caliber was elected as the new state representative for the 170th district.
December is a wonderful, slightly crazy month. Two words – “holiday season” – explain both the wonder and the craziness.