Thursday, February 28, 2013
Sometimes I wonder just how much mankind has actually evolved.
Take men, for example. Thirty-thousand years ago, Neanderthal dudes were beating large pieces of meat against cave walls, grunting commands to their lady friends and sharpening tools against their thick skulls.
I don’t know if you’ve looked around lately, but today’s male species isn’t doing much better. Last week I saw a guy trying...
Thursday, February 14, 2013
In case the hordes of men having panic attacks in the card aisle of CVS hasn’t tipped you off, today is Valentine’s Day.
This cruel holiday certainly makes us all ponder a lot of things. Why, for example, do candy hearts taste like chalk dust? Why do we still eat 40 of them? Why can’t we meet that special someone while sitting on our respective couches in pajamas?
We also stop to think about what...
Thursday, February 7, 2013
I once came home to find my mom and brother downstairs, tears rolling down their faces.
“Why are you crying?!” I asked, concerned that someone had died or my brother was deemed unfit for college after neglecting to leave a space between his first and last name on an SAT Scantron form (true story).
“Because we are laughing so hard,” Chris explained.
Then he showed me the object in Mom’s hand, the...
Thursday, January 31, 2013
I’m a very humble person. Almost to a fault.
But if I had to praise myself, I would tell you the following:
I am a natural athlete. During an incredibly intense female flag football tournament in college, I leapt skyward and tore a ligament in my neck—yet still caught the touchdown pass. I know everyone is talking about Peyton Manning’s incredible comeback this year, but let’s not forget my...