Lori Borgman: Caution, object in mirror may be exactly as it appears
I made a terrible decision and want you to know about it so you can save yourself.
Lori Borgman: Dinner almost chased down the drain
Every well-seasoned cook knows there are many ways dinner can go wrong. You’re missing a key ingredient. The meat didn’t thaw. Everything is taking a lot longer than you planned.
Widespread outage reported for T-Mobile US customers in multiple areas of the country
Lori Borgman: Exotic fashion trends wear out their welcome
I am too practical to ever be cutting-edge fashionable.
Lori Borgman: Talent show leaves lingering glow
Once a year our entire family spends a long weekend together with the highlight being a “talent show.” Talent, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. Take the one who asks for volunteers and when his sister, a brother-in-law, a 6-year-old nephew and his own 13-year-old daughter go forward, announces he will guess their weights.
Local African American Community Choir shares faith through music
Keyboard player and vocalist Danny Green believes more than sweet harmonies stir listeners when the faith-oriented African American Community Choir sings. He feels that God moves amid the sound to move on hearts.
Lori Borgman: Sizable regrets over buying in bulk
I don’t want to point fingers or name names, but you-know-who is the reason I shop Costco alone. If someone else goes along, we are likely to be pushing a cart so loaded you can’t see over the top of it.
John Foster: What’s in a nickname? More than words can say
Do you have a nickname?
Lori Borgman: Does your phone know you want pizza?
My phone is listening. Yours is, too, but you probably knew that.
Lori Borgman: Baby New Year’s time is coming
The symbols for the New Year, Father Time and Baby New Year, are polar opposites on the age spectrum.