In deciding what to write about this week, there were the obvious things — the election, the weather, Kevin’s insistence we really haven’t lost “real” money, just the stuff on paper. But I decided on something broader, thanks to a copy of Readers Digest I found in the Star-Observer reading room.
I’ve always been one to celebrate birthdays without much fanfare. Oh, others have made big deals about my birthday, but my attitude has always been something to the effect, “Another year, let’s have some cake and move on!”
It probably isn’t a shock to anyone who knows us that an entire two weeks of television devoted to one hard body after another isn’t the Heatons favorite thing to watch. The truth is we enjoy the Olympics as much as the next guy — with a few exceptions.
With gas prices soaring and my minivan closing in on 170,000 miles, I decided last month that downsizing seemed like the right move. Now I drive a Honda that is so small it seems to fit in half of a normal parking space.
When it comes to computers, there are two types of people: “The Mac People” and the “PC People.” Sure, there are some “in-betweenies” who don’t really care, but a majority fall under one category or the other.
Overall, I feel very fortunate in my life. I found a way to make a living doing something I love. After almost a decade of working as a gardener, I still find plants and gardens endlessly fascinating and rewarding.
What would a Hudson entertainment column be without references to killer karaoke and other kinds of contests? A karaoke-singing assistant director for SOS Players said she’s been acting since age 4, but avoids musicals like the plague since she fears singing in front of groups.
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