A Day in My Life
A generation or so behind the Boomers thought that you weren’t supposed to “talk” about stuff. So every respectable citizen moped around not “talking” about anything. It must have been extremely boring.
I was taught to never mention what terrible dysfunctions beset our household. That was in the fifth grade, and I had it all figured out. By high school, I became a megaphone!
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Sue Langenberg’s “Hot Flashes” column was born at weekly publication Freeport iNK, (now defunct) in Northern Illinois. It followed her B.A. from Northern Illinois University, class of ’98. It was the year that they let hags out! The iNK column began at her keyboard whenever she had some imaginary bone to pick about life or a typing tantrum to feel better. Along the way, the paper also published her theatre/cultural submissions and various other assignments.