Category Archive: holidays

One good thing about February

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There is one good thing about February; it’s the month my daughter was born. She was supposed to make her grand entrance into this world on January 14.  By the time February arrived,… Continue reading

Let’s drink to the new year

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It’s 3:00 am on 1/1/2021.  How am I bringing in the New Year? Don’t you know this is the drink superheroes prefer?  It has more nutrition than a Starbucks Fat-puccino and contains fewer… Continue reading

Senseless New Year Sarcasm : 2021

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Well, things are better today.  The bad neighbors let the puppies out, no doubt one of their informants in law enforcement tipped them off that they might get fined for stealing someone else’s… Continue reading

Senseless Christmas sarcasm : Turkey think

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As I’m preparing a 19 pound turkey for Christmas dinner, my writer’s mind wanders outside the universal box and into the WhatIf Zone. Farmer Brown has a turkey.  Actually, no.  Brown gave the… Continue reading

USA: Thanksgiving plans

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For Thanksgiving, I’m planning on making a turkey, dressing, and sweet potatoes.  That reminds me; it’s time to put the cranberry sauce in the fridge…and take the turkey out of the freezer. Here… Continue reading

Greetings for 2020

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I’d say that I don’t give an Iota about hurricanes, except there’s a tropical storm Iota that was a hurricane with 155 mph winds.  It destroyed parts of Central America.    This is… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Mother’s Day

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I wasn’t your usual mom.   My daughter was around 12 when she wrote an essay about…oh, hell…I can’t remember that far back.  Something about comparing her family members to cars.  She said my… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : February 29

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This describes my weekend quite well: February 29th and what it has done to my weekend is proving to be as effective at confusing my brain cells as Daylight Slaving Time.   First, we… Continue reading

Another year…another year.

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  The Evolution of New Year’s celebrations. Age 10:  Light the sparklers. Age 20:  Sparkling fireworks followed by large quantities of alcohol. Age 30:  Taking your children to fireworks. Age 40:  Keeping your… Continue reading

Santa Reimagined

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  Today’s 3:00 am laugh. If Santa looked like this? Screw the cookies! Unfaithful Santa Snooping Santa Mid-life crisis Santa This is nothing more than In-Santa-ty. And last, but least appealing:  Gross Santa… Continue reading