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If he had his way, I’d serve my husband meat loaf, mashed potatoes with brown gravy and two vegetables – one of them green – for supper every night.

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During quarantine, my daughter and her husband were home in Myrtle Beach working on a jigsaw puzzle.

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No pressure, but remember that when Shakespeare was quarantined because of the plague, he wrote “King Lear.”

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Instead of the traditional birthday whoopla, lots of people are asking friends and family – the usual whoopla makers – to donate to a fundraiser that the birthday person is passionate about.

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This is the seventh year this Column B has run in the paper the week before Valentine’s Day because once again, it’s been requested.

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My Dad kept a compass attached to his dashboard with Velcro. A regular north, south, east, west little black plastic compass. He had it long before the days of the GPS or the cell phone.

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The answers to the most FAQ about Chanukah are no, yes, yes, and no.

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If you have little people sitting at the grown-up table this Thanksgiving, you can keep them entertained, thanks to LaffGaff, with these groan-worthy jokes and puns:

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I do appreciate my lifelong friend Roger sharing what he calls ‘words to live by’ so that I can pass them on. He didn’t say where he got them, so I can’t credit or blame anyone but him for the typical guy humor.

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Originating on “It’s a Southern Thing,” Lisa Blayton shared this on Facebook, and hopefully, these definitions will keep some newbies from making some of the mistakes I made when I moved south in 1981:

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Waiting to see if this cell phone thing “was really going to catch on,” my husband had a flip phone until very recently.

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My new car is red, a fact my husband doesn’t mention when he talks about it.

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With several females making plans for a family wedding, my daughter explained the mystery of the “gut sucker.”

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Nobody seems to know who wrote this, and even though we both agree it’s kind of sad, I thank Rick for passing it along.

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Remembering when ‘a beach day’ meant grabbing a paperback book, a bottle of cream soda and a towel, I was amazed at the necessities ready to be loaded into the car for a couple hours of sunny surf.

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Once again, I thank my friend Mary Lou for sharing. This time, it’s these interesting facts about our amazing country:

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An online article doesn’t tell where most of these signs are displayed. But, it does show pictures of the signs.

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An online article doesn’t tell where most of these signs are displayed. But, it does show pictures of the signs.