Monthly Archive: May, 2021

Senseless Weekend Sarcasm : happening

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A lot has happened in the last few days. The least aggregious problem is that I just paid the flood insurance for a year.  The bill was $150  more than it was in… Continue reading

Happy Caturday — summer recreation program edition

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Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness:
Sign up today! Here are just a few of the activities we have planned: bird watching flower arranging Simon Says cooking music horseback riding karaoke fishing interpretive…

Hindsight

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  We utter, “Why didn’t I see that coming?” Puzzle pieces of our lives assemble without a guide, …or do they? Witness the anger stop as if a page turned to the next… Continue reading

Quick Question

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    I have a quick question. Is anyone else experiencing a drop in the number of readers? People I’d been following suddenly weren’t posting anything, then I found out that I wasn’t… Continue reading

Pet Peeve number… I’ve lost count

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Admit it.  All of us have pet peeves; those personal irritations that no one else in the world cares about. Here’s one of them: Here’s another one: How about a number 3?   Just… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : captchas

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I just tried to reply to someone else’s post today and they had the 21st century’s idea of a curse: The mathematical CAPTCHA!   Never mind that I’m dyslexic and the dots wouldn’t stay… Continue reading

Replies…

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It has come to my attention that my replies to other bloggers are better than my posts.  Reading the blog I’m answering first will give the reply context. <_><_><_> GrannyK’s blog, Granny Reports,… Continue reading

99 word prompt : Naked Gardening

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May 20, 2021, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about naked gardening. Is it the veggies or the gardener who is naked? Go where the prompt leads! If… Continue reading

RANT: A short warning for people with yearly subscriptions.

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  I‘ve been hit with this one twice already. I paid for a yearly subscription to a site and then couldn’t download what it would take to use it (couldn’t work on my… Continue reading

Senseless sarcasm : Fractured wisdom

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Contrary to popular belief, I’m not a know-it all. I’m a know-it-some. Intelligence is highly overrated.  Being intelligent and choosing to be ignorant is far worse than being unintelligent and trying to learn. … Continue reading