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Category Archives: Fables
Communication is important; nobody disputes that. Miscommunication can be as a result of differences in use of language, imprecise use of language, contextual or cultural misunderstandings, interpretation based on false information, hearing impairments, or simply not listening. Interpretation based on … Continue reading
As everyone knows who has ever grown cabbage or any other member of the cabbage family, cabbage worms will find you. How do they do that?? There were no cabbages there before we planted them; there are no cabbages anywhere to be … Continue reading
When my husband says, “I’m going out to check my trapline,” I know what he means. He’s going out to his car to check the mousetraps he has set. Like countless others, my husband’s car became the nesting ground of … Continue reading