Barbara Dahlgren is a freelance author whose articles have appeared worldwide.
Monthly Archives: January 2012
So many people live in the past and constantly lament what might have been. They spend all their time focusing on things they can do nothing about. They obsess over things like…if only I had married the geek I thought … Continue reading
Hate is a strong word. Some things just irritate me. I try not to blur the line between the two. However, I’ve decided that I hate chain letters. Yes, hate is the right word. I don’t just mildly dislike them. … Continue reading
Oxymora fascinate and confuse me. (In case you didn’t know, “oxymora” is the plural for oxymoron. A little fact I learned when my computer complained when I typed oxymorons. You learn something new every day, but I digress.) As I … Continue reading
Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. was an American author, poet, doctor, and teacher of the 1800s. Ever since I read his clever poem the Deacon’s Masterpiece about a one-hoss shay in high school I have been drawn to his work. So … Continue reading