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I stumbled across some true and some not-so-true quickie stories online begging to be shared.

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MaryLou, my trusty email provider who never causes me to call my computer guy, shared these “lighter side thoughts” with me, and therefore, with you:

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Merging into traffic from an exit to get back onto I-95 made me think, for the first time in years, of “A My Name is Alice,” the jump rope chant we sing-songed, maneuvering our legs around the rope.

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A friend — a good one, one I’ve been close to for more than 30 years — recently told me she was surprised I’m a good hostess.

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Like most of us, I’m at the point when there’s nothing funny about COVID-19, quarantine or any of the other things that will make 2020 one of a kind.

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Every couple of years, someone asks me how Column B got its name. Last week was one of those times.

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Because my daughter rolled her eyes — I knew that even on the telephone — and my married grandchildren haven’t been married long enough to get it — I have to tell somebody.

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The neologism winners for this year’s Washington Post contest are in.

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You’d think I’d have this figured out by now. After all, I’ve been “keeping house” for more than half a century.

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Who would think, this far into COVID-19, that there’d still be more memes online?

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In his valiant quest to transfer some of the contents of his inbox to mine, my friend Rick may have shared these inconsistencies in the English language with me before. That means I may have shared them with you as well.

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Fortunately for me, my newly-retired friend Rick has been cleaning out his email files.

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The Darwin awards, of course in honor of Charles Darwin, acknowledge those folks whose behavior indicates that not all humans have actually evolved to even a basic level of common sense.

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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.