Dear Nathan

DEAR NATHAN: I have been divorced for eight years. My daughter is learning how to drive. In her mother’s car, while under her mother’s supervision, she hit their garage door. My ex believes I should pay half the cost of the new garage door. Also, she did a total upgrade, turning the entrance to the […]

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Every Conversation I Had Today

Without further ado, I present my one-act play, “Every Conversation I Had Today.”   A man or woman (it doesn’t really matter) walks in a door. The person who is inside that door greets them. Nathan: Hey. How are you doing? Man (or Woman): Wiping brow Boy! It sure is hot today! Nathan: Yeah, I […]

Dear Nathan

DEAR NATHAN: My husband, who is 53, talks often about his college days when he smoked marijuana. I tried it once and didn’t like it. Over the past several years he has started smoking it again. I have told him I don’t approve, but he says he does it only occasionally “to take the edge […]

Dear Nathan

For some time now, I have occasionally offered up my advice in posts I have titled “Dear Nathan.” Normally, these letters are hunted down by yours truly so that I can give the advice that other advice columnists (the main one rhyming with “Smear Cabby”) are afraid or far too stupid to offer up. For […]