Evil spirits or just fehunst? - Part 1
Most languages have an expression for messing up, as in the English, “flubbed,” “goofed up,” or the ever-cool, “my bad.”Continued ...
To be? That is the question ... Part 2
Now that I think of it, it’s probably a little bewildering to outsiders, especially when talking about things that need washed.Continued ...
To be? That is the question ... Part 1
Ah, summertime in Central Pennsylvania. The sun is shining, the grass is growing, and so, finally, the lawn needs mowed.Continued ...
Crack the COAL Region sound - Part 2
But the Coal Region lacks the rapid-fire gangster sound of the Bronx. You’ve got to drop your jaw when you hit certain vowels, and draw them out:Continued ...
Crack the COAL Region sound - Part 1
I can’t hear it. My husband laughs at my coal cracker accent, but for the life of me, I just can’t hear it. Say “curtain.” Now, if you heardContinued ...
- Evil spirits or just fehunst? - Part 1