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A shout out to women over forty!

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This is a copy/paste of a post by Amanda Ricks.     Basically, this is a reblog of a reblog of a post from women over forty. I thought you might enjoy reading it,… Continue reading

Social Distancing

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I finally had my tooth pulled today.  Excellent dentist, great at giving shots.  Poor guy must work out regularly because it took all the strength he had inside him to pull, push, and… Continue reading

Home office cats

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  I have a home office. I can hear what you’re thinking! “Ho Hum, I thought this was going to be a funny post.” Presently, there’s a black cat in front of the… Continue reading

TP Humor

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Amid the coronavirus madness, we must take a moment to laugh while we huddle in our homes going stir-crazy. <_><_> <_><_> <_><_> <_><_> <_><_> This isn’t about TP, but I just HAD to… Continue reading

Drowning in a sea of words. Need…advice…

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I’m trying to draft a letter to an agent, but there is SO much I want to say. Do I start by admitting that I’m a serial writer and if writing were a… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Conversations with Insomnia

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My brain has escaped into another dimension.  It does this far too often.  I apologize in advance, as the opinions of my brain are not necessarily that of the body it inhabits. <_><_><_>… Continue reading

Why I love to write sarcasm

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Believe me when I tell you this, you don’t want to see me dance.  If you’ve ever seen a lizard on an electric fence, that’s all you need to know. This is me… Continue reading

Viral memes

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Sometimes, you just have to laugh. Coronavirus memes found on social media: <_> <_> <_>   <_> <_> And last, as a last resort…

Senseless @!%&$ sarcasm: Vincible

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At the age of  14, I wanted to become a gymnast.  Having parents living at the poverty line — and the athletic ability of a land turtle — that wasn’t going to happen.… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : humor?

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  Humor is a strange animal.  I have at least 20 Readers Digests in my bathroom, circa 2003 – 2004.  After reading the the same jokes for the past 16 years, I thought… Continue reading