Dennis Jon Bailey's blog
We chatted on the WIKY Morning Show about an article we found and the reaction was quite interesting.
First, here are seven clear signs you might have a work spouse from CNN.com and Career Builder.com -
A couple of stories made the rounds over the weekend that aren't related but have something in common -
Don't forget that this is the weekend we finally get our hour back from last Spring. Set your clocks back one hour Saturday night before you hit the sack.
As my wife Lora and I walked into the Walmart in Newburgh last night, we were greeted by a large, decorated Christmas tree inside the door. Really can't complain that it's too early, it's November after all, but it does force you to start thinking about what to buy as gifts this year.
We talked about it on the WIKY Morning Show. The Consumer Electronics Association’s holiday forecast is officially out:
On the WIKY Morning Show today, we shared an item we found on-line about the facts and fiction about shampooing your hair -
I hate Autumn and by that I mean, I love Autumn. It's the most pleasant weather of the year. But the days after Halloween, plunging headlong toward the big Fall and Winter holidays, grow shorter and shorter and become a constant deadline on squeezing in a few more warm season activities before we're locked inside for the Winter with the kids.
A website recently compiled a few rules of thumb for trick or treaters and what's funny is that they still apply, no matter how many years it's been since you last went door to door on Halloween.
1. Old people are either very generous or give you one peanut. There is no in-between.
According to the experts, you can't fake a smile. You may think you can, but it's a pretty hard thing to do if you know what to look for. Diane and I were talking about it this morning.
Everyone has two smiles, according to the article from the Wall Street Journal - a real smile and a fake smile.
It seems the first time I saw anybody do something really different with pumpkin carving for Halloween was on the old Roseanne show. The show featured incredible pumpkins carved to look like Frankenstein, Dracula, and a haunted house. They were very clever and looked terrific. I also remember reading about another pumpkin artist who used a laser to minutely carve amazing detail in his pumpkins.