Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Convoluted

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Every 6 months, our bodies endure that unnecessary torture. I call Daylight Slavings Time.  The fog in my cogs will continue for a month, as my brain struggles to accommodate. My better half… Continue reading

99 word prompt : a year later

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March 18, 2021, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story that takes place a year later. It can be any year. Explore the past year or another significant passing… Continue reading

Language : A river of words

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    Language:  A river of words flowing from mouth to mind, a verbal sculpture. . Language tortures:  The never-ending drip… drip… dripping of acidity. “What’s wrong with you?  You’re making no sense!”… Continue reading

Questions most people don’t ask: Writers edition

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Writers often awaken with questions that most people don’t ask. At my day job, most of the people I write reports for have a last name that starts with W.  Once my mind… Continue reading

Let them eat pi

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Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Strong

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  I’m told that strong women never complain. However, some of us are too ornery to die, so we write sarcastic posts about our ridiculous 1st world problems. Me, last week: Trying to… Continue reading

World views

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It’s hard to think on a galactic scale when you’re trying to survive life for as long as possible. Is each cell of our body filled with worlds living inside a terrarium? Why… Continue reading

Tiny Terror : My terrible life

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Reblogging a post I wrote for  KATZENWORLD If you love cats, you’ll LOVE Katzenworld. <_><_><_> My name is Tiny Terror. What I am about to tell you is so horrible, I cannot allow… Continue reading

Remembering Mitry

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This meme reminded me of Mitry, the world’s best cat.  I’m sharing his story with the world once again. I wrote this post in 2013, and amended it ever so slightly. Here’s a… Continue reading

Senseless weekend Sarcasm : why cats have survived

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Why cats have survived with humans for over 12,000 years:  Chilly Coon Kitty had an unintentional treat:  half a can of tuna. It was meant for the Tiny Terror: Unfortunately, TT wanted freshly… Continue reading