If you’re like most adults, you heard that about once a month when you were a teenager.
“The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” is a brutal movie. It’s also compelling and absorbing.
There you were, at the top of your game.
From the minute that child came into the house, you knew you were in trouble.
Have you ever wondered why music is important to you?
Nobody has to tell you that the economy is uncertain. You live it.
Every day, a battle rages inside you. Basically, you’re a nice person. Your parents raised you well.
You weren’t even sure why you were there. Who needs class reunions, anyhow? Would any of your friends attend?
Every year about this time, you catch yourself looking out the window, longingly. Spring is coming.
This morning, when you got out of bed and wandered into the bathroom, the same face that’s greeted you on hundreds of mornings stared back at you in the mirror.