Lindsay's column: 01.11.13 >>My first in the City of Firsts
My Uncle Al’s laugh could chase the sounds of fear away. Tuesday will mark my family’s third winter without him. These words are for him.
LINDSAY: Sleigh ride turns slippery
The snow had dotted the streets for hours, laying a sparkling blanket of white over my grandparents’ country landscape. The wind whispered a gentle cue to my Pap’s horses as he retrieved the sleigh from his barn.
Lindsay's column: 12.30.12 >>New Year’s Eve: Crank up the style with a bathing suit
It was the night for glamor, the season’s peak for the perfect outfit and my attire had been carefully chosen for New Year’s Eve.
Lindsay's column: 12.23.12 >> Dear Virginia
I’ve always been fascinated with the editorial reply of “Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus.”
Lindsay's column: 12.14.12 >> Green beans aren’t just for the dinner table
A precautionary warning for procrastinators: There are 10 days left on the Christmas-shopping calendar. So, unless you’re relying on Santa to tumble down the chimney with all of your wrapped gifts, you better a get a move on!
Lindsay's column: 12.07.12 >> Long live the elves
Cookie crumbs scattered around the fireplace. M&M’s mischievously peppered through my fort of blankets. My Barbies dressed in mismatched outfits and placed throughout the house, even with their shoes crazily shoved on the wrong feet. However, the scene described wasn’t the aftermath of a party hosted by Ferris Bueller - it was the remnants from Santa’s elves.
Lindsay's column: 11.30.12 >> Laugh 4 Abs: A workout for all
It’s always been said “laughter is the best medicine” and it saves years off your life. It can also be one heck of a fabulous workout.
Lindsay's column: 11.23.12 >> Caring goes beyond coloring
When this column comes out, I may have already been buried alive by hundreds of turkeys from the Kokomo Tribune’s coloring contest.
Lindsay's column: 11.16.12 >> Thankless tradition is my favorite
Every year a bountiful cornucopia graces my parents’ kitchen. Unlike the cornucopia — or corny thing or corn cob or, “that basket thing we have to write notes for,” as it’s more commonly referred to by family — seen in Martha Stewart Living overflowing with fruits and gourds, our family’s cornucopia is overflowing with ripped sheets of paper penned with what we’re “thankful” for that year.
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