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Costumes allow us to be what we couldn’t possibly be.

From infectious diseases to disappointment, it’s all scary

Show of hands if you remember quadrants and coordinates.

Understudies and alternates are there for a reason

Social media proves to be the mother of all yearbooks

Some days it’s my list of things to do, running through my brain like cherries spinning on a slot machine. Other days, emptiness. I just drive and watch how many streets Providence Road turns into.

Digital delegating does the trick for school parents.

Giving my shoes an identity.

I’ve got his number – but is that a good thing?

Cranking out my list of things to do …

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Tracy Lee Curtis
Tracy Lee Curtis is a humorist, writer and speaker. She writes family humor for the Charlotte Observer. Her column appears each Sunday.