flEAR ABBY: My husband has a contentious relationship with our grandchildren. He generally is a fun, happy and interesting person. But by nature he is not “hands on” when it comes to children.
DEAR ABBY: My boyfriend is 31 and still goes to his mother’s house and spends the night, even though we live less than 15 minutes away.
DEAR HARRIETTE: I am an African American woman working in a largely white corporate institution. There are only two black women in my division of about 50 employees. She and I look nothing alike. Specifically, I am tall, with dark skin and short hair; she is at least 6 inches shorter than me, with light skin and long hair. And yet, regularly, co-workers mistake us for each other. It is blatantly racist to me. They don’t make that mistake with one another, even when they may be referring to two blonds of similar height and stature. I don’t get it, and it’s so annoying. What can I do to be seen in my company? — Invisible
The most common phrase in Clinton, and the rest of the world these days is, “Have you ever seen anything like this before?”
That question is quickly followed by a single word, “No!”
From health to financial battles, we are living in uncertain times.
In defense of the businesses in Clinton, Okla., and the City of Clinton, there are things to consider:
Clinton is a small town and does not have that many "non-essential" businesses.
Slidell, La., police pulled over a driver on Feb. 27 for an undisclosed reason, but the car’s license plate really got their attention.