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Monday

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Me:  The light is too bright. Hubby:  I’m sick of your light sensitivity. Me:  I’ve been sick of it for decades. The inside of our house: He has a strange sense of humor. … Continue reading

Seriously

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If you don’t do serious…I have many posts among the thousands I’ve written that are funny — or I think are funny —  You decide. I have this neighbor… I’ll call him “Dick.”… Continue reading

Senseless Weekend Sarcasm: Really bad poetry Zen

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Ever get tired of all things but life, the unneeded drama, conflict and strife? Waking up groggy,  you walk t’ward the mirror, seeing a monster you shudder in terror. The thing staring at… Continue reading

Feeling poetic? My cat is not amused

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My poetry is not world class literature. Possibly world class litter. Just ask my cats. Hai(cat)coup A mound of black whacks claiming his territory my computer screen. I told you it was bad.… Continue reading

Senseless Not-Fired-Yet Sarcasm : Work

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No, it’s not an eye-catching, glamorous title. Had it been, “How women view work,” that might be a better one. But I don’t need the protestation replies when I’m in the middle of… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm: Customer service, with a side order of “I don’t know.”

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Today, after 6 months of deliberation, I finally updated my telephone/internet service. FIrst time I tried getting through, the automatic annoying system said, “this call can’t be completed,” and hung up on me.… Continue reading

One of “those” weeks

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Ever have one of “those” weeks where you take your puppy to the vet to be neutered, you find out he needs a biopsy, you’re now $400 poorer, an abandoned dog follows you… Continue reading

Hypocrisy in motion

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Okay… (I say that word a lot.  I think it’s the new “you know” or possibly a substitute for the “F” word). Rarely do I watch TV.  Unless I’m in someone’s house, who… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm: All I want…

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This was Florida just yesterday: Yes, I live in Flor-dah, while the Mickey Mouse part of the state continues to live in the ozone.  At the tip, you’ll find North Cuba. Yesterday, I… Continue reading

Immortal Sands

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Yes, I have a new book. No, it’s not like the other books. Thank you, Jo Robinson, for the cover, editing and uploading. Click on her name, and you’ll find her latest book.… Continue reading