A WALK THROUGH EMIL’S DIARY By Emil Quist CHAPTER TWO DOMESTIC LIFE AT DICHEMSO IN KUMASI FROM 1973 Life at home and surroundings in our new neighborhood Dichemso, was quite interesting especially from the year 1973. We were living on the ground floor apartment with another tenant, whilst our landlady stayed at the basement. Construction […]
Our younger son has autism but is considered high functioning. He has had problems controlling his anger, which both the doctors and therapists warned us would happen as our son navigates through his teenage years. He loves to play video games and hasn’t worked on his school projects, so I took away his game privileges, […]
The Wife marks Glenn Close’s 7th Oscar race. She’s never won and while she might not necessarily be a lock, given strong competition from entertainer extraordinare, ever-fabulous Lady Gaga and her blazing performance in A Star is Born, she might vey well be…you know, closer than she ever has been. Let’s take a look, shall we? […]
Every NBA team has a different agenda to close the season, but they all have one important question that needs answering.
Dear Hodgkin’s Lymphoma patients, Do yourself a huge favor…GET A PORT FROM THE BEGINNING. I know surgeries are scary, and if you are like me, going under is worse than the thought of being stuck with a needle over and over again. DO NOT BE STUPID. Get the freaking port! It will save you months […]
Mary Beth Bonacci wrote a marvelous piece recently in the Denver Catholic titled, “On Toxic Masculinity.” It seems that in the current #MeToo climate, normal masculinity is routinely equated with being a racist, misogynist, or even rapist. But Bonacci bravely stands up for manhood. She notes, “I don’t believe masculinity is ‘toxic’. Masculinity is raw […]