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Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : #Dogs

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This is why I love my dogs. See the brown leg sticking out on the upper right corner?  That’s where I had been sleeping 5 minutes prior.  I’ve learned the art of sliding… Continue reading

Senseless pee poetry

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👿☠️😱💣~👿☠️😱💣~👿☠️😱💣 People owned by cats are a special breed. Take, for instance, my reaction the moment I walked into a closet full of expensive work clothes that now smell like cat pee. Inside… Continue reading

99 word prompt : generosity

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  April 15, 2021, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story that seeds generosity. Who is generous and why? Think of generosity as planting a future outcome. Go where… Continue reading

Someone left the irony on

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Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness:
Well worth reblogging. This may well be your best laugh of the day. bluebird of bitterness View original post

My son’s birthday with cat hair and oboe

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In 1976, you didn’t know your child’s sex until the genitals emerged.  My husband had always wanted to name a son Robert, so we agreed that if “the baby” was a boy, we’d… Continue reading

Inner conversations: Perspective

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The conversation inside my head just before awakening from my 6pm to 10pm nap. And you wonder why I can’t sleep at night.     <_><_><_><_> God, the universe and everything.  What is… Continue reading

Sequels

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  #NaNoWriMo starts in November. The first time I dared to try it, I wrote Immortal Sands. For my industrious fingers, it’s not rocket science.  Is it possible to have hyperactive fingers and… Continue reading

New-ish bio

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I’ve updated my ALLI author bio. It’s based on my Nudge Wink Report bio that was (and still is) 7 years out of date. What do you think? Joelle loves sarcasm. Her blog… Continue reading

Shameless Self Promotion : Book reviews

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Can you answer 3 questions? Do you read SciFi? Have you read any of my books? Would you consider writing a review on Amazon or Goodreads? If you hated my books and didn’t… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : overthinking toilets

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I’m told that life is like a box of chocolates.  Unless there’s a chocolate covered spider inside, I can’t imagine receiving a traditional box of chocolates I’d refuse to eat. Life is more like… Continue reading