My car is so green and I’m so blue, by Deb Katie

I recently became the proud owner of a Toyota Prius. It’s green with a tan interior and it gets a gazillion miles to the gallon. Seriously. Here in Los Angeles, Priuses are like an epidemic. One day, my husband and I sat on our balcony and watched fifteen cars drive by. No lie, eight of them were Priuses. I’ve heard rumors that this is not the case in other parts…

Tuesday, December 9, 2008
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I want to learn words without Hs, by Deb Lisa

I want to learn words without the letter H. “Why?” you might ask. “Well,” I’d tell you, “my H key is stuck on my keyboard, and I have to mash it to get the H to work.” Or, I could just type with an Irish accent: I ‘ave a ‘eadache. I never realized just how much I needed the H until I tried to write a column and a blog…

Wednesday, September 26, 2007
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Technological Travesty by Deb Danielle

My husband will say it’s just me, but I think we’re technologically challenged in our house. To be fair, in his case it’s by choice whereas in mine, it’s, well, just my nature. Today, for example, when my printer wouldn’t work, here’s what I did: I opened it and closed it, turned it on and off, turned the computer on and off, took the paper out and put it back…

Thursday, August 30, 2007
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iRobot – A Love Story by Deb Kristy

  I am sure that those who know me think I came up with this topic, The Hairy Thing That Lurks Under My Bed, because I actually do have one (see above example: Niko Vom Kiernan), and I spend a large portion of my daily life cleaning up after it. My family has heard it. My friends are tired of listening to it. For the record, I didn’t invent this…

Saturday, October 21, 2006
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