Grandma Moses’s birthday is celebrated today. Here is the woman herself discussing her birthday, 64 years ago.
I planned the surprise party she would never forget only to have my life profoundly change as well…
When Kevin Nordstrom turned 31, he refused to grow up. __ “When I became a man I put away childish things, including the desire to be very grown up.” -C.S. Lewis Last April, there was a birthday party. This birthday brought friends and family over in a dazzling array of costumes. There were Batman and…
I’m not too old to care about things that are important or worthwhile or that I enjoy doing. But I am too old to care about nonsense and negativity and about the consequences of being myself.
Holidays and events for divorced parents can create a moment of panic. Inevitably the first thought is: do I have my kids that weekend? Lisa Bien gives some helpful tips to use as you navigate around the possible landmines and make it easy on everyone to have your child attend the events.
Shawn Doyle contemplates the meaning of a legacy and challenges men to think about the one they’re leaving behind.
What a 57-year-old man learned about love by celebrating his birthday.
Like so many Millennials, Matthew Rozsa isn’t sure he sees the point in throwing birthday parties.
Sue Nador came up with a (not so) novel idea to communicate better with her husband.
Andrew Smiler describes how to choose a gift that will say “I Love You” in a language he’ll understand.
Do birthdays diminish as you age? Kermet Apio, with a funny look at an age-old dilemma.
Duran Price discusses the importance of investing in human relationships and why being present in our friends’ lives mean everything.
Do your kids have too much stuff? Tom Burns explains why people keep giving them presents.
A boyfriend selling a birthday gift, failing platonic wingmen, and the chance to pitch in for a championship ring.
In this installment of “Love, Recorded,” the baby turns terrible two, Minnie Mouse is the new Gangnam Style, and nature defies nature.
The years sneak up on Whit Honea until his son’s first double-digit birthday pokes him in both eyes