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January 5, 2007
A 'Bluetooth' is not something from your dentist - I went to my local cell phone store to upgrade my mobile phone recently. This is where I'm technically challenged. My friend, Dominick, was showing me the newest phone that would keep me up to par with the pros. So, I upgraded, and after about an hour of explaining the new features and with kind exhaustion, Dominick sent me on my way, confident th... Full Story

December 29, 2006
Realistic resolutions make for a satisfying new year - I'm going to get a little personal with my readers this week. I've noticed every year that goes by, my views change personally and politically. The goals and resolutions I make are usually forgotten by tax season. I never give up, but sometimes I have no time to accomplish them. My resolutions and goals will change this year. No more unrealistic... Full Story

December 22, 2006
Supporting our troops for Christmas - When I watch the news every day, it just stirs old feelings of what our country has been through. It especially brings back the memories of my brother, Gene Paul, coming home from leave in the mid-1960s. I was 4 when we picked him up at the airport. I was so excited that I was going to see my big brother. As the soldiers were coming down the stair... Full Story

December 15, 2006
Are you gifted at re-gifting? - As I sit here making out my Christmas list, I'm trying to remember what I gave for gifts and what I received for gifts last year. I fear that I may repeat the same gifts to a family member, so I call everyone to see what they need. I love to e-Bay and I was a garage sale junkie for a couple years. I would see brand new items in boxes marked down ... Full Story

December 8, 2006
A dog is worth all the vet bills - I was never a fan of large dogs including German shepherds. I was particularly afraid of German shepherds because I was bitten by one as a child. When my son was little, my husband insisted that every boy needs a dog, and not just a dog, but a big dog. We found a breeder in DeLeon Springs and picked out the perfect small ball of fur. She was so cu... Full Story

December 1, 2006
Teaching the young at heart new tricks - I think it's so wonderful that we have a way to keep in touch with family and friends living all over the world - thanks to e-mail or chatting by way of the Internet. A few years back my husband decided he would get his parents and my parents involved in using a computer. I thought this was a great idea and so far except for a few glitches, it's ... Full Story

November 24, 2006
From Gobbling to Groveling - On this "Black Friday, " I will be sitting here at home saving money instead of fighting the crowds all over town. While most of you are out burning calories off from Thursday, I'll be eating leftovers. Please realize lady readers that the men will be watching football all day. It's the only day of the year that they look forward to you not bein... Full Story

November 17, 2006
Problems always come in threes - Right before I left on my mini vacation, my icemaker stopped dropping ice. It's not the fancy on the door kind but it usually works great. So I've been buying bags of ice until my husband can take time to fix it. I should have known it was going to be a problem when he asked me for the blow dryer. Then when he said he needed parts I panicked. I ... Full Story

November 10, 2006
Domestic Daze - Kathy Josenhans Fall foliage not such a big deal in Florida I was talking with my husband about how much I missed the colors of the fall season. I miss the leaves changing colors and the harvest decorations. I notice in Florida most people don't decorate harvest before Thanksgiving. But I always enjoyed seeing the beautiful fall harvest decoratio... Full Story

November 3, 2006
Revealing the Past - I'm sure there have been times in your life that you've questioned why you have allergies or a genetic illness. Or maybe you are a pack rat and can't throw anything away. Can't seem to lose weight and don't know why? Well we all have our own little quarks and that's what makes us who we are. Then again who are we? Why did you inherit that weird li... Full Story

October 27, 2006
Disguise the Limit - Kathy Josenhans In 1966, I was 5 years old. I never could sleep the night before Halloween because I was too excited. The thought of all the candy dancing in my head and my awesome princess costume hanging in the closet kept me up all night. My brother, Jeff, and I had large pillowcases for bags instead of those cheap plastic pumpkins. People g... Full Story

October 20, 2006
Dealing wit hthe empty nest syndrome - By Kathy Josenhans Well it's finally here; the freedom I knew would come eventually. I was excited and ready to take on new challenges. I did my job and I deserve to live it up. So why can't I get motivated to do anything except eat and mope around all day? For the past 18 years I've been busy raising my son and I was lucky enough to help raise ... Full Story

October 13, 2006
Put aside that Friday the 13th phobia - By Kathy Josenhans Domestic Daze Before you sit down with your coffee to read this column, I want you to do three things: Knock on wood, find your old rabbit's foot and cross your fingers. Now you've broken any evil spell that could come your way, and I feel better. I'm sure we will have a beautiful sunny day in Florida and could probably accompl... Full Story


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