Elsie Varga is all smiles — and static-y hair — after driving her car down a hill last summer at the Wenatchee home of Dan and Jean Logsdon, her great-aunt and uncle. Her mother, J.C. Varga, says that Elsie’s hair always looks like this after just a few minutes in her car. Elsie actually gets going pretty fast, with a push from her 5-year-old brother, Derrick. Elsie is the daughter of J.C. and Vern Varga of Wenatchee.
Dear Abby: A short time ago, I discovered my parents are “swingers.” I had picked up my mother’s phone to take a picture and an incoming text caught my attention. When I read it and investigated further, I learned the truth.
A Cuban sandwich is the stuff of which food memories are made. I still remember my first — enjoyed nearly 30 years ago at a small restaurant on Key Biscayne off the Miami coast. It was savory, it was crusty, it was delicious and it hit the spot.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Supreme Court on Monday considered a tiny church’s curbside sign in a case that could raise the bar on government regulation of speech, and make it easier for houses of worship to advertise their services.
Dear Abby: I am 42 years old and a divorced father of two. Earlier this year, I caused a fatal drunk driving accident. Once I came to and realized what I had done, I accepted responsibility and pled guilty to my crime. I have never before been in trouble with the authorities.