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If you have ever tried to learn a foreign language or have talked to someone who has had to learn English, you are reminded of how much figurative speech makes up a language. 'An Axe to Grind' can mean completely different things depending on the context. Here are 10 idioms you might recognize and their manly origins.
Fatherhood is not a passive event where you simply make sure the kids stay alive for 18 years and then you’re in the clear. As a father, you teach, lead, guide, and do all of these things through example first, and words second. In this, what do you want to do well? Let's consider it in this week's Fireside Topic.
This article inspired a book! A few years after writing this article, a publisher reached out to me and asked for a book on the subject of pocket knives. I’m happy to announce it’s published and available for purchase at our store!
Many of us have hobbies we like and wish we had time and money for and usually lay them down for a period of life to pursue other things. Or, maybe you have one you would never give up. It’s a great topic of conversation. In this week's Fireside Topic, we consider what type of hobby you should pursue.
In some respects the Irish are not the luckiest of people. However, they have also made it through. Following Seneca’s popular phrase, that luck is when opportunity meets preparedness, I would say the Irish have been very lucky. Here's how to have some o' that luck.
The spirit of a man is once of independence. However, we (the U.S. and abroad) find ourselves monitored and regulated to a degree that seems to go against our independent nature. In this week's Fireside Topic we consider what the proper role of government is in light of these ideas.
The year is 1804. President Thomas Jefferson’s decision to wage war against the North African Muslim Berber states, known collectively as the Barbary States, could not have gotten off to a worse start. For years the Barbary Pirates raided American trading vessels to Europe, all the while America paid millions to the rulers of ...
If you have been married for any length of time you are likely very familiar with how easily arguments can spring up. Learning how to handle them will not only help your relationship with your spouse, but also friendships and co-workers. Consider what to do in a fight with this week's Fireside Topic.
The year is 1881. The civil war has ended, but those fortunate enough to have lived through the battle still carry the scars, quite literally the lead and shrapnel, and families still mourn their losses on both sides. Lincoln has been assassinated, slavery abolished, and three presidents have since carried the weight of a ...
Ash pone is corn pone cooked in the coals of a hearth or other open fire. The ashes get on the pone and it is just dusted off before eating. Traditionally white corn was used because that is what they had, but I really like the taste of blue corn and decided to use that instead. Here's how to make your own.
Naming seems to be integrated with our very humanity. Perhaps it’s our need to define our world, but I feel it carries a deeper significance than that. This week we discuss names and the importance they carry.
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