Would you take your kids to Costa Rica?

When I was a kid, everyone took their family vacation to Florida. Sure, some opted for California, where there is a Disney Land and other beaches, but for the most part everyone went to Florida with their kids. As we've gotten older, and the Intern...

Halloween yahtzee, anyone?

Yeah, that's right--you read that correctly. I just bought Halloween Yahtzee for about $20 at my local Barnes and Noble. And I'm not afraid to admit it. I love Yahtzee and I love Halloween even more, so essentially this game is a match made in heav...

Decorate your broken windows

I remember going through a year when I was 8 or 9, in which I broke 7 different windows around the house. Baseballs, basketballs, kick balls, and a few other things that inevitably flew out of my control, and crashed through the glass in our basement...

Even spider webs are bigger in Texas!

Halloween came early to Wills Point, Texas this year. Spiders spookified 200 yards of trail in Lake Tawakoni State Park by cloaking trees, shrubs, and even the ground with a giant spider web. Experts say the unusual size of the web might be the work...

Summer camp memories

As the end of summer slowly approaches (and it would have to given the unbelievable heat), I find myself thinking about my favorite memories of summers past. The part of me that will always be a kid resurfaces every summer to reminisce about summer...

Spiders save teen from fire

Like a scene from a horror movie, 18-year-old Danielle Vigue woke early Tuesday morning to find spiders creeping around her bedroom. Like many of us, she is afraid of spiders, but not to the point of becoming paralyzed with fear. She bravely started ...

The truth about the boy with the spiders in his ear

Remember the story about the boy that had a couple of spiders living in his ear? Well, it turns out that it wasn't a couple and it wasn't actually living, so much as just hiding out for a bit. Spiders, it turns out, are strictly predatory -- they don...


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