All financial experts agree, the best way to long-term wealth is through collectibles. It works like this: You buy as many “rare” things as you can. Then, in a bunch of years, whoever has the most old things wins all of the money.
This issue of About magazine features some of the area’s most eligible singles. Maybe soon each will find that certain someone to create a dynamic couple. But that’s on a personal level. What about on the professional level?
I enjoy golf. Or, stated more accurately, I enjoy watching golf. Playing it? Not so much. My handicap? The time and patience needed to get better. If it isn’t a par-2 with a windmill, I’m not your guy.
Then it hit me: This will be the last time Christmas is like this. And by like this, I mean that all the kids will be together on Christmas morning without a care in their heads and everyone will be thinking only about home and family.
Trick or treat etiquette has gone the way of the dodo, the Pinto and (Han) Solo. Fellow parents, it’s up to us to stop the madness. As a public service, feel free to share this with parents all over the world.
We had talked for years in our house about putting in a pool. The kids were finally the right age where they would be somewhat responsible with one. We still were relatively fresh off the dreaded summer of 2015, during which I counted approximately 82,374 instances of “I’m bored” or something similar coming out of the mouths of my children and, of course, the neighbors’ children who hang out at our house.
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