Barbara Dahlgren is a freelance author whose articles have appeared worldwide.
Monthly Archives: January 2011
When we are children we have a sense of awe and wonderment. A colorful flower, a vibrant sunset, a twinkling firefly, a crescent moon – all fill the young eye with sparkle and delight. I marvel when I see my … Continue reading
Keeping your word is almost unheard of among politicians. It’s becoming a lost art form among regular folks as well. Sadly, we have come to expect and accept this. Cicero told us the tragedy of not keeping your word is … Continue reading
A few years ago someone gave me the book Eats, Shoots and Leaves by Lynne Truss and I loved it! It’s a book about (now brace yourself) punctuation. Yes, I said, “Punctuation!” Who knew that such a book could be … Continue reading
Making New Year’s resolutions that we don’t intend to keep is the great American pastime. I say “American” pastime because people who live in countries who don’t have enough to eat and whose only thought is how to stay alive just … Continue reading