The Appalachian Trail is the ultimate test: endurance, perseverance, and surrendering control. And outrun a bear.
“Yes. I’m saying that I think the dog was harmless because he was wearing a bandana.” “Rambo wore a bandana, you know,” said Caroline. “Exactly. And Rambo was a good guy.”
Four years after moving into their house, the Osbornes are finally unpacking. That’s when things start to get complicated.
That new pair of socks might not be as innocent as it seems.
John Cave Osborne finds that when it comes to laundry, it’s best to know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em.
A day like this calls for a hazmat crew.
Show Me Now is bound to entertain and will most definitely not disappoint, assuming you’re not counting on it to turn you into MacGyver.
Large coffee with cream and sugar, a bagful of glazed donut holes, and … a fifth child.
1. Along with sporting events and campfires, babies are the biggest reason why the hot dog industry is still alive and kicking.
Last night, the noise emanating from the baby monitor sounded different from all the others we had heard in the past.
Hey, Elmo. Fran Dresher’s calling. Her laugh thinks you’re annoying and wants you to stop.
Disregard the fact that I don’t have a crew cut, and that my real hair is not six inches off my ears. Focus instead at the very, very top of my hair.
I would spend a cold February night camping out in a church parking lot in hopes of getting my kids into a highly coveted preschool.
For John Cave Osborne, father of triplets, bathtime is an adventure.
The Appalachian Trail is the ultimate test: endurance, perseverance, and surrendering control. For John Cave Osborne, nothing illustrates this better than having to run from a hungry bear.
John Cave Osborne wonders if censoring his daughter’s access to pop music is the right thing to do.