Tag Archives: manners

The offended behaving badly

I almost ran over a young man riding a bicycle this morning. I was driving south on Peachtree in the far-right-hand lane, making a right on red (which Brother Jimmy Carter made legal unless posted in all 50 states in … Continue reading

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Puzzles

I had three friends several years ago and things went sourish. Actually, it was just one of them that went sour, but she took the other ones with her, and, well, you know how things are. Every now and again, … Continue reading

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A funny grandmother story

Yesterday was the anniversary of my grandmother’s death.  I was tight with my grandmother, so it’s always a sad day for me. My grandmother was, hands-down, the best person I have ever known. But what a lot of people don’t … Continue reading

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Nasal much?

I get phone calls all day, every day, from people all over the country. Often I don’t understand what they’re saying because they’re from all over the country. I don’t like to say I can’t understand you, so I say, … Continue reading

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With enough courage, you don’t need a reputation.

That’s something Rhett Butler said to Scarlett O’Hara. I hold that with enough reputation, you don’t need courage. On the second or third day I’d been at college, I was sitting on a bench outside my dorm with my two … Continue reading

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Once more, with feeling.

Over at the momania blog at ajc.com, they’re talking about the etiquette of graduation announcements and invitations. Should you send one, should you not sent one, who should you send one to, who should do the sending? If you get … Continue reading

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