I’m sitting upstairs right now and both toddlers are downstairs with my husband and nasty colds. You know what that means? The F’n man flu season is coming. It might not even be the flu, it could just be a cold, but he’ll treat it like the plague because it happens every year like clockwork.
The romantic story of Romeo and Juliet pales in comparison with the love story of the 93-year-old widower, Clarence Purvis and his late wife, Carolyn Todd. According to the old man, he and his precious wife Carolyn had shared lunch at Smith’s Diner in South Georgia six times a week for 13 years. Clarence and
Doctors and nurses — most of the time, we just view them as professionals who can help us get better. Oftentimes, we forget that they are people too — people who will go home to their families after a hectic, stressful and exhausting day. Just like us who sometimes don’t get enough rest, these professionals