Trust me, this will have you thinking about The Shining in a whole 'nother way.
Growing up, my mother paid me ten cents a shirt and five cents a pillowcase to iron. (Yes, rates have really gone up since 60s!)
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Our friends at The Daily Beast came across this clip from Will Ferrell's classic "Talladega Nights" and it gave me the best laugh of the day. As any Boomer guy will tell you, Talladega Nights is no "Caddyshack" when it comes to quotable dialog, but this scene shows why it's a close second.
So, click on the video and watch Ricky Bobby say grace. Maybe you can decide which version of the deity you like best. Me, I'm going with John C. Reilly on this one. You just can't beat an eagle-winged deity singing Free Bird...
Laced with four savory spices, this moist, fall-favorite is perfect for celebrating the season. Plan to share with friends because one small can of pumpkin makes three, luscious loaves.
There isn't anything "new" about New in Town. That's its fatal charm and fatal flaw.
My mother was admitted to the intensive care unit in a large metropolitan hospital recently.
One minute she's sitting in her living room. The next minute she has more wires coming out of her than the back of my entertainment center.
In between the flurry of activity I received updates from medical professionals of different shapes, sizes and nationalities. It was like watching CNN during a global crisis. We had our own U.N. Security Council inside the Neuro ICU.
I wished for one of those funky U.N. earpieces that allows the translators to speak directly to you. Maybe I would have made a little more sense of the situation.
This miracle blanket is invisible, she explained.
Diana Krall has a voice that's the perfect pairing with a good glass of cabernet and a rainy night. No, this isn't rock and roll, but you'll like it - assuming you like sophisticated ballads and bossa nova rhythms.