Humor

Kim's humor essays have appeared in American Bungalow, Dog & Kennel and numerous regional parenting magazinesLaughter has been proven to change levels of neural chemistry, stimulate the thymus gland, boost the immune system, improve digestion and provide a respiratory work-out. Laughing is as important to our well being as exercise and five servings of vegetables a day.

Kim believes that good health is no laughing matter, but laughing is a matter for good health.

She doesn’t consider herself a humor writer, but a health care professional. She feels it’s her duty to mankind to provoke laughter. If her writing provokes other physical reactions, she would rather not know about that.

Her humor essays have appeared in American Bungalow, Dog & Kennel and numerous regional parenting magazines. She’s also the author of two humorous middle grade nonfiction projects that are currently on submission through her agents at HSG Agency.

My Dog is Prettier Than Your Dog
Dog & Kennel
February 2004
The Azalea Project
American Bungalow, Issue #33
May 2002
Finding My Niche
Byline
March 2004
My Dog is Prettier Than Your Dog - humor essay in Dog & Kennel February 2004 The Azalea Project - humor essay in American Bungalow, Issue #33 May 2002 Finding My Niche - humor essay in Byline March 2004
I can’t argue with that
Mahoning Valley & Trumbull County Parent
August 2004
A girl named John
Metro Augusta Parent
January 2005
I can't argue with that - humor essay in Mahoning Valley & Trumbull County Parent August 2004 A girl named John - humor essay in Metro Augusta Parent January 2005