To Nag, or Not To Nag?

wtad.com/white pages/6.22.17 Bobbe White Define nag: noun 1. annoy or irritate (a person) with persistent fault-finding or continuous urging. 2. horse especially : one that is old or in worn-out condition. Nag comes from Middle English nagge; akin to Dutch negge small horse. First known use: 15th century. In other words, women have been nagging… Continue reading To Nag, or Not To Nag?

HAIR VIGILANTES UNITE!

Bobbe White  written for wtad.com and trylaughter.com 5/11/17 “If I spent as much time praying as I did plucking, I’d be the Dalai Lama!” Diane Sawyer This quote from More magazine is taped it to my mirror. I feel exactly the same way. There you are, out somewhere. You brush the  jawline accidentally. There is… Continue reading HAIR VIGILANTES UNITE!

SPRING MUSINGS

Wtad.com/white pages/4.13.17                                                                                                          … Continue reading SPRING MUSINGS

alzHACKer’s disease:  Helpful hacks for improving your communication efforts

Written for WTAD White Pages 4-7-17 Bobbe White                                                                                              … Continue reading alzHACKer’s disease:  Helpful hacks for improving your communication efforts

NO TABLE FOOD! (Okay, maybe just a little).

wtad.com- WHITE PAGES-2/21/17 Bobbe White NO TABLE FOOD!!! (Okay, maybe just a little…) Ten years ago, my son, Nick, and I brought home a free, scruffy-eared puppy. She was a mix between a Llewellyn Setter and a Labrador. The breeders hadn’t planned on such a mix and couldn’t jeopardize their reputation by selling anything less… Continue reading NO TABLE FOOD! (Okay, maybe just a little).

The Gift of a Lifetime…Literally

Written for wtad.com by Bobbe White 2/02/17 After his dad, Jim, died last year, Ted Johnson was cleaning out his father’s possessions, when he ran across an LP album. The record label was titled, “Irv Schecter: This is your life.” It was recorded in 1957, by H & H studios, 638 Maine St., Quincy IL. Irv… Continue reading The Gift of a Lifetime…Literally