A perfect day

March 22, 2012 7:40 AM Woke up feeling rested; I’m exercising again and sleeping better. Minimal bed-head, so I don’t look scary when I head downstairs to say bye to my husband. Don is on his way out of the house to have breakfast with his mom before he goes to work. He’s done this … Read more…

Write-in Candidate

It’s getting ugly out there on the campaign trail, but I am determined to keep running for president, as long as no actual physical running is involved, because I love my country enough to write a blog essay about it. In a stunning act of political courage, I would like to go on record: I … Read more…

Peggy Noonan mentions my run for the presidency!

Well, not mine, specifically, but she did refer in a sort of general way to my announcement back in July that I intended to form an exploratory committee to help me decide if I should get a reality show and/or be a commentator on radio and TV so I can talk about why I should … Read more…

Did Doc Holliday really have a cleft palate and lip?

There is some controversy about whether John Henry Holliday was born with a cleft palate and lip. As a member of his family, biographer and historian Karen Holliday Tanner had unprecedented access to private family documents and memoirs. To my knowledge, those primary documents have not been published, but in Doc Holliday: A Family Portrait,  … Read more…