Barbara Boehm Miller
Fiction writer and creator of the character, Lola Rolls

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Wednesday, September 16, 2020

When You Can’t Remember What You Did Wrong

Dear Lola, Like everybody else, I haven’t been able to socialize as I usually would with my friends. Last week, it occurred to me that I hadn’t had a one-on-one chat with a particular friend in what seemed like a long time. We would see each other during group happy hours over Zoom and were […]

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Thursday, July 23, 2020

No End in Sight

Dear Lola, I thought things were getting back to normal with the pandemic. Certain things had opened up in my state. In comparison to the misery of lock down, life felt better and easier. Now, come to find out, my kids won’t be returning to in-person school this fall. I think I might lose my […]

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Saturday, June 20, 2020

Wizarding World Weed

Dear Lola, Like lots of people, my girlfriend and I are bored AF. We’re watching a Harry Potter marathon. She thinks she is a Ravenclaw, but I’m sure I’m a Hufflepuff. Are we doomed? Also, we’ve been smoking lots of weed. Are we high? –Hufflepuff Pride   Dear Hufflepuff, The fact that you are both […]

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Sunday, May 31, 2020

Afraid of Getting Fat

Dear Lola, I hardly ever leave the house, except to go to the grocery store. My only entertainment is ordering takeout and drinking wine with friends online. My eating is basically insane right now, and I’m gaining weight. I’ve never been fat in my whole life, but I can’t seem to stop myself from overeating. […]

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