these idioms and colloquial phrases sometimes sound completely ludicrous out of context, but many of them have very real and amazingly explainable origins.
We have been rewatching Blues Clues. Not because we necessarily wanted to but we were trying to find another show for our youngest child (to
I’m sure those of us who played little league baseball remember hearing, “We want a batter, not a broken ladder.” Perhaps as you gripped your
Especially the older generations of Southerners can picture this come summer/springtime. Outside of town, a large tent that has been erected in an empty field
I started this post on International Women’s Day in honor of my paternal 2nd great-grandmother, Caroline, who was born on March 2nd, 1858. While my
They don’t refer to the outlandish lifestyles of the rich and famous to be ‘living like a rockstar’ for nothing. While not all musicians are
A previous blog discussed in detail the life of Errol Flynn, but I did not touch on his family. Flynn married French-American actress Lili Damita