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Senseless Wednesday Sarcasm : D@#$%d Sinuses.


Just wanted you to know that I’m still alive.  After all, it’s only sinusitis.   What has it done to my body since Friday? At present, I have laryngitis.  I can, with more effort… Continue reading

Senseless Saturday Sarcasm : sick


Well…I finally did it:  Managed to get so sick the well parts of me are wondering if I’m ever going to recover. I’ve been looking for the “well parts” of my body which,… Continue reading

99 word prompt : kids


November 25, 2021, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write about a canceled flight. Where was the flight headed? Who does it impact and why? How does a protagonist handle the… Continue reading

Happy Thanksgiving!


As I prepare for  sleep, there are 8 dogs on the bed awaiting my arrival.   As usual, I’ll put a blanket on the bed and claim 10 inches of space as “mine.” I… Continue reading

Senseless Monday Sarcasm : Doggone it


I actually started this on Friday.  Now, it’s Monday, and I lost the original draft.   How did that happen? Hell if I know.  Add it to the list of bad stuff that has… Continue reading

Décima : Discernment

by  THE QUICK DESCRIPTION OF HOW TO WRITE A DÉCIMA: There are 10 lines of poetry that rhyme. 8 syllables per line. There is a SET RHYMING PATTERN we must stick to. ABBAACCDDC OR  two stanzas of ABBA/ACCDDC. <_><_><_> Follow… Continue reading



I’m awake.  Sort of. After spending over an hour on my last post, it appears that people out in the blog-o-sphere are getting to be a lot like me.  We’re tired of watching… Continue reading

The new “call center”


Once upon a time, there were these things we knew as “call centers.” I worked in one…for 4 days…between Thanksgiving and Christmas. So many fluorescent lights! The constant rumble of noise! A clock… Continue reading

Over looking, or looking over?


Feeling a bit empty lately? I’ve been feeling rather bland lately, sort of like a banana traveling across the waters on a boat and wondering what kind of exciting life I’ll be leading,… Continue reading

Where are the flying cars…?


…in the ozone, where common sense goes to die. I’ve been in the ozone lately, my mind wrapped in so much minutia.  Were it hairs all over my body, I’d look like the… Continue reading