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Lisa Miller

Lisa Miller
  • Sunday, December 23, 2007
  • Lisa Miller: We all need some magic in our lives

    A year ago, my 4-year-old daughter, Allie, was obsessed with trains. Now, she clomps around the house in plastic high heels every day, usually wearing a satiny pink skirt and matching top, white gloves and a tiny pink hair clip stuck arbitrarily on top of her head.

    Anonymous The Daily Star Sun, December 23
  • Friday, November 30, 2007
  • Santa gets questioned about toys

    Dear Santa, A lot has changed since my last letter to you.

    Anonymous The Daily Star Sat, December 01
  • Saturday, November 10, 2007
  • Cheering on older mothers

    A 60-year-old single Japanese woman impregnated in the United States via in-vitro fertilization made headlines last month, rekindling a bioethics debate over how and when women should become mothers.

    Anonymous The Daily Star Sat, November 10
  • Saturday, October 20, 2007
  • Protect our youngest consumers

    Last week's voluntary withdrawal of several over-the-counter infant cold medicines, including widely marketed brands such as Tylenol, PediaCare and Triaminic, raises some troubling questions.

    Anonymous The Daily Star Sat, October 20
  • Saturday, September 29, 2007
  • Toy safety a casualty of global economy

    It’s one thing to know that nearly 87 percent of toys imported by the United States come from China and another to see what that looks like in your child’s closet.

    Anonymous The Daily Star Sat, September 29
  • Saturday, September 8, 2007
  • Culling keepsakes to move on

    I was cleaning out closets and drawers, in search of items for this weekend’s Grand & Glorious Garage Sale. Allie’s nursery school needed donations, and I was sure I could come up with plenty of things we no longer needed and didn’t want.

    Anonymous The Daily Star Sat, September 08
  • Saturday, July 28, 2007
  • Real ID raises big questions

    Imagine a world where you carry all your personal information on one card, where your medical records are stored on a chip under your skin, and you access your home, car or work station with a fingerprint.

    Anonymous The Daily Star Mon, August 06
  • Saturday, June 16, 2007
  • 'Roughing it' getting redefined

    We are sitting by the ashes of last night's campfire, sipping too-hot instant coffee from paper cups.

    Anonymous The Daily Star Mon, August 06
  • Celebrate changing role of dads

    This Father's Day, families will honor and celebrate all kinds of dads.

    Anonymous The Daily Star Mon, August 06
  • Saturday, May 26, 2007
  • On sisters, steps and solidarity

    Allie is barreling around the traffic circle at her sister’s elementary school as fast as her little legs can go. After one lap, she stops in the middle of the pavement, and the big girls weave around her. "I’m tired," she

    Anonymous The Daily Star Mon, August 06
  • What we save, what we toss out

    We are snuggled up in the Dora bed, deciding on a bedtime story. "How about your special book?" Allie asks. It's late and the story is long, but I can't say no.

    Anonymous The Daily Star Mon, August 06
  • Saturday, April 14, 2007
  • Ingenuity, activism best hopes for climate

    Storm surges. Heat waves. Coastal erosion, landslides, fire and drought. An increase in sea levels and disease. Shortages of food and water.

    Anonymous The Daily Star Mon, August 06
  • Saturday, March 24, 2007
  • Scientists' optimism contagious

    An end to war. A human colony on Mars. Novel cancer therapies. These are but a few of the responses to the 2007 Edge Annual Question, 'What are you optimistic about?'

    Anonymous The Daily Star Mon, August 06
  • Saturday, March 3, 2007
  • Slide shows give way to digital

    I am trying to complete my transition into the digital photo age. I’m not a photographer or even a photo buff, just a mom trying to preserve family memories with an average digital camera. I’ve gotten used to framing shots in the display screen, and I don’t miss buying film. My problem is what to do with the

    Anonymous The Daily Star Mon, August 06
  • Saturday, February 10, 2007
  • Could Dahl's food fantasy come true?

    When I start selling this gum in the shops it will change everything! It will be the end of all kitchens and all cooking! There will be no more marketing to do! No more buying of meat and groceries!

    Anonymous The Daily Star Mon, August 06
  • Saturday, January 20, 2007
  • The Heelys craze calls for balance

    There is no way I could walk a mile in my daughter’s shoes. Like millions of kids around the world, she is addicted to Heelys, the hybrid skate-sneakers with a removable wheel in each heel. She got them for Christmas after pining over them for months, and she has been alternately clomping and gliding across our hardwood floors ever since.

    Anonymous The Daily Star Mon, August 06

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