Gazetting the Drilling Tender Tomorrow

Pundits oft times say Britain and America are “two nations divided by a common language.” Which may have possibly been said by Winston Churchill, George Bernard Shaw or Oscar Wilde. Which, in turn, suggests the Monty Python skit in which Wilde and Shaw take turns exchanging witticisms before the King. Wilde repeatedly reacts to Shaw’s […]

Hip-hip-hooray! It's World Toilet Day!

Let’s start a movement (sorry, my quirky sense of humor got the best of me) to take away the stigma of talking about toilets. We in the Western world are too overly respectable about what we all must do. Yet 2.5 billion people lack clean toilets and our prissiness holds us back from shouting, “I […]

Well Update

You’d think I would get a lot done during the two weeks awaiting the birth of my first great-grandchild. I did. But I had fun with family, who made travel plans based on dr.’s estimated due date. Like all babies, Olivia Hope Wiesman, 7 lbs., arrived on her own time schedule, Oct. 22. She is, […]