Dear Readers: Have you ever given thought to what a life of unconditional love means?
Dear Readers: As the year comes to a close, many of us take stock of the recent past or even our lifetimes.
Dear Thelma: It’s not December yet and the malls are already packed.
Dear Readers: At this time of year we begin to think about the perfect gift.
Dear Thelma: My church has dinner clubs of about eight people who take turns hosting dinners for each other over the course of a year.
Dear Readers: Have you given much thought to the five senses?
Dear Thelma: What should you do when friends start avoiding you?
Dear Thelma: It seems Halloween has simply become an occasion for women to dress provocatively.
Dear Thelma: Sometimes I worry about my friends who have retired.
Dear Thelma: I know you’ve written about it before, but it’s worth repeating: Cellphone conversations do not belong in public restroom stalls!
Dear Thelma: Parent-teacher conferences are coming up soon at my children’s elementary school.
Dear Thelma: Recently I moved into an apartment complex that I describe as upscale.