Writers aren’t perfect

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We writers aren’t perfect. I can hear the collective laughter now, and I’m imagining a stadium full of people shouting out, “Well…duh!!!” What are my faults?     You can find some of… Continue reading

Pandemic hobbies.

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Loosing weight Practicing the art of delivering an excellent back-handed apology Scouring law books for the most useless, senseless laws in existence.  Learning how to make your own pandemic products Learning how to… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Conversations with a smart@$$.

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Okay, God, the universe and possibly everything, I’m once again trying to make sense of the senseless. In other words, you can’t sleep. Yep.  My body is one giant ache. Take an Ibuprofen.… Continue reading

What I know about computers…

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…could be written on the head of a pin in large letters. My friend, Amanda Ricks let me know that all those great meme’s I’ve posted about our recent pandemic will become little… Continue reading

99 word prompt : crazy

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April 16, 2020, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about something crazy. Laugh like crazy, show the setting of stir-crazy or go off the rails on a crazy… Continue reading

Get a grip

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While everyone else is staying at home, I go into work a few days a week. Yesterday, after breakfast, gastroparesis hit like a freight train going downhill, so I stayed at home.  When… Continue reading

Learning new skills

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During the last month, so many people have learned new skills. Someone has learned how to write a glowing resume A lot of people are finding new hobbies, too. But job loss is… Continue reading

When your brain is fuzzed out

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  By this time during your semi-quarantine, most of you are thinking, “I resemble this remark,” Some people feel they’ve aged 10 years waiting to buy toilet paper, I had to include this… Continue reading

Senseless almost weekend Sarcasm : Messed up!

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99 word prompt : Shield

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April 9, 2020 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story that declares, shield your face. It can be a knight of old, a doctor, or a senior citizen. What is… Continue reading