Monthly Archive: July, 2020

Sarcasm masked

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I’m feeling very either/or today, so that’s where the sarcasm gene is taking me. There are two types of people in the world. Those who believe… …and those who wear masks out of… Continue reading

Senseless Monday Sarcasm : (not) sorry

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I had to do it.  Sarcasm runs deep in my blood. Know your COVID-19 symptoms! After unleashing the disease that keeps on giving, China is about to release the quackens! In case you’re… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : clueless

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Once, it was fun to watch the world go by. The only things a woman had to worry about were sexual harassment in the workplace and whether or not the guy you were… Continue reading

Night Time

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Originally posted on granny reports :
Night time is my enemy. Sometimes, I can sleep and all is well, but sometimes the whispers start. Regrets, loss, sorry, grief and guilt. How would life be…

Ronovan Writes poetry challenge : Decima

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Ronovan has a new challenge today, so I’m trying it out for size. The Traditional Décima Poem: Décima poetry is a 10 line stanza with 8 syllables per line. The rhyming pattern is abbaaccddc. Using… Continue reading

Another 5 in the morning Omelet

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Yes, it’s 5 in the morning and, as usual, my brain cells are scrambled. By the way, the omelet I made tastes cheesy and beef sausagey and bean sprouty.  While I munch on… Continue reading