Category: Humor

Smells like school spirit

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Fall-scented candles are unrealistic. That isn’t to say they don’t smell absolutely wonderful. Who can say no to cinnamon, apple, carmel and warm, abstract smells …

Work, work, work

Breakfast lessons
By Lyndsie Kiebert

My first day of work was Mother’s Day 2011. In my navy blue polo and sensible, non-slip shoes, I arrived at Holiday Shores Marina at …

Adventures in ar-car-ology

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

I’ve had my first car, a sporty little Ford Focus hatchback, for four years. It’s served me well as a reliable commuter, but I decided …

In the reign of cats

By PollyAnna
Reader Contributor

In desperate times — or daily times — I’m not above binge-watching a solid stream of cat videos. 

Has anyone figured out just why cat videos …

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