Humor Columnist

HOMEBESTCOLUMNSHUMORARCHIVESCONTACT
 
 HOME

 COLUMNIST

 BEST

 COLUMNS

 ARCHIVES

 HUMOR 

 EDITOR  INFO

 FIREFLIES

 LONDON 

 EGYPT SERIES

 NEW ENGLAND

 FRIENDS

 LINK TO US

 WEB RINGS

 LINKS

 LINK SWAP

 SUBSCRIBE

 CONTACT

Meet the Columnist

Columnist, Sheila Moss, is humor writer from  Tennessee. She writes  a weekly human interest column about daily life or anything else that  she finds amusing.

   She is seen weekly in the Daily News of Kingsport. She has written for  Griffin Journal, Oakridge Now, Atlanta Woman Magazine, Aberdeen Examiner, Angleton Advocate,  and Smyrna AM, a supplement of the Murfreesboro Daily News Journal. She has been published by Voyageur Press, McGraw Hill, and the good folks at Guidepost Books.  Her articles have appeared in numerous anthologies and other publications, both in print and online.

    She is a former board member and past  Editor of  the Columnists.com, website of  the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, the oldest and largest professional organization for columnists. She is the Web Editor of Southern
Humorists.com
  and  a founder of the Southern Humorists writers' organization. She is writer, editor, and webmaster of HumorColumnist.com

    To carry her weekly column in your newspaper, or to republish an article, please contact her. It's that easy. 

    Follow her on 
Facebook and Twitter.


 

Follow me on Facebook 
Sheila Moss


Create Your Badge
Write on my Wall

   
National Society of
Newspaper Columnists

HumorColumnist.com
Online Since 1999

Humor by Sheila Moss... 

 


Laugh, Laugh, Laugh

Did you know that April is also National Humor Month? Obviously, you are a person who enjoys humor or you wouldn't be reading this article. A little laughter goes a long way toward relaxing your mind and body. The effects of a good laugh last up to 45 minutes and can lower your blood pressure. I don't know about you, but my blood pressure needs all the help it can get.  MORE

 

The Seventy-Year-Old Car

Clackity, clackity, clackity. "What is that noise?" I wondered. No, the left-turn signal was not on this time. I could not tell where the sound was coming from. When the car stopped, the noise stopped too. "It will probably go away," I thought. "It's nothing." MORE

 

The Wrong Day

It has finally happened - dementia. I knew I was getting old but I didn't expect to lose my mind so soon.

I had a dental appointment the other day, my 6 months checkup. I had it on my calendar. I always write things down like that so I don't forget. MORE

 

 

Explaining the Winter Olympics

Have you been watching the winter Olympics on TV? There are a total of 98 events in 15 sport disciplines and it seems that NBC is determined to cover them all. We have become intimate with many sports, such as, the luge, half-pipe, and slalom, some of which we try to forget even exist except in the Olympics. Everyone already knows who the winners will be prior to NBC reruns because of spoiler alerts on the Internet.  MORE

 

Cold Day in Hell

Honey, Iím home!

What do you mean, "Where have I been all night?" Iíve been trying to get home. It is a nightmare out there. I was stuck on the bypass for over 15 hours!

"You donít believe me?" Look at me! I am half-frozen, smell like a locker room, and am going to pass out from dehydration at any minute. What do you think I was doing?

"Fooling around?"  MORE

 

The Cold Weather Report


Hello, and welcome to tonight's HD News Channel on-the-spot weather report. The weather has been unusually cold -- as if you haven't noticed the single digit temperatures. Sure makes me wish I could find my scarf and gloves. I'm freezing out here in this wind.  MORE

 

 

 

Beetle Mania

"We are infested with ladybugs, thousands, all over the house outside, coming in through every crack!"

It was a text message from my daughter. Naturally, it was at a time when I was so busy at the office I could not spare a second for anything, much less bugs.  MORE

 

The Blue-Haired Lady


The other day I saw a woman with long hair streaked with dark blue color. I guess I was a little shocked and that was probably the intended result, or else she simply wanted to be noticed. Maybe both. I could not resist taking a picture when the woman's back was turned. She seemed perfectly normal in other ways, was even pushing a baby stroller.

I wonder how my hair would look blue?  MORE

 

 

The Real Thing

No, I don't know how it happened, boss. Coke has been number one for over a decade. Everyone loves a Coke. "It's the real thing." We made that slogan up ourselves, right here in the marketing department.

And now we've been displaced, reduced to a mere number three as the best known brand in the world. It is downright humiliating. MORE

 

 

My Cat is a Junkie

It must have been a stroke of genius when my grandson named her Frisky. I have to admit, the current problem is at least partly my fault, so I can't in good conscious say too much. Nevertheless, a normal cat would not behave this way. Frisky, of course, is not a normal cat.  MORE



 

 
 


Get the
Humor Columnist Newsletter

Follow me on Facebook

Sheila Moss


Promote Your Page Too

LIKE MY PAGE


Sheila Moss
Nashville, TN  37219
E-Mail

Seen In


This Old Corvette 

Click to Buy

With Sheila's Article
"The Ego Car"
 


Including "How to Spoil a Grandchild and Alienate a Daughter-in-Law in One Easy Lesson"


CASH IN ON LAUGHTER (Let There Be Laughter!)

Look for Sheila's articles in this and other Guidepost Books  Let There Be Laughter Series


"Courage for a New Day"  non-humor contribution to book

 


Last Update
April 08, 2014

      home · best . columns · humor · archives · contact  
    © Copyright 1999-2014 Sheila Moss - All rights reserved - © Template by thetemplatestore.com
The copyright for this website and the material on this website are owned by Sheila Moss.
You may request permission to use the copyrighted materials on this website by writing to Sheila Moss.
Use of these copyrighted materials without written permission may result in legal action against you.