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1999 Stories by Jeannine Ouellette Howitz

Archives: 1999 | 1998
  • The Paper Route

    published August 1, 1999

    Yeah, yeah, I know I told you last month that I was leaving, and I am leaving, but remember, I said August was my last issue. So I'm going to... More >>

  • I'm So Glad We've Had This Time Together

    published July 1, 1999

    When I was a little girl growing up in Duluth in the Seventies, my mom used to watch The Carol Burnett Show on prime-time TV every... More >>

  • Thinking About Leftovers

    published June 1, 1999

    But I did recognize the basic equation that Florida is a long way from Minnesota, and no matter how little I had seen my dad up till then, I would... More >>

  • A Call to Action on Behalf of the Student and Families of Columbine High School

    published May 1, 1999

    Here we are with our annual baby and maternity issue--seventy-six pages filled with the celebration of new life--yet in our office, as we... More >>

  • Honey, I'm Tearing Down the Garage . . .

    published April 1, 1999

    Remember Joyce Maynard? Right now she's most notorious for her recent memoir in which she details her long-ago brief love affair with the... More >>

  • The Best Old Hens

    published March 1, 1999

    Lately I miss my Nana and Lala. The missing stabs me by surprise: I'm considering some little detail when I hear Nana cashing in her two cents... More >>

  • Let Them Eat Questions

    published February 1, 1999

    The first time my mother-in-law told me she didn't know a thing about marriage or parenting, I thought she was just hiding her strong opinions... More >>

  • Story With a Murky Moral

    published January 1, 1999

    I am the Queen of Thrift. During times of high stress, I find myself relaxing at the thrift store every other day. There's something... More >>

Archives: 1999 | 1998