Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : “Work from home” they said…

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So…….. I’m working on book 18 of my “First Level of Hell” series and this has taken residence in front of the monitor. Yes — it’s the Tiny Terror’s turn to stalk my… Continue reading

99 word prompt : music

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September 10, 2020, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story that includes something heard on the radio. It can be from any station or era. What is heard? A… Continue reading

I needed this today…

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It’s been one of those days.  Not the end of the world, just the kind of day where you hit yourself on the forehead with the heel of your hand and say, “What… Continue reading

Senseless Thursday Sarcasm : Lang-wage

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Last night, I was thinking… Yes, I know that’s never a good idea, but my brain makes me do it anyway. My work days are spent writing reports, and yet I rarely consider… Continue reading

My WordPress editor is no longer color blind.

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I’m giving a big SHOUT OUT to Pankaj Kumar from WordPress.     My wordpress editor is no longer color blind.  In desperation, I had clicked the last 3 things on the top row… Continue reading

Up, Work, and working cats

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It’s 5:00 am.  I’m supposed to sleep until 7:00 am, but my bladder had a different agenda. Yesterday was Labor Day in the USA.  Although it’s supposed to be a day of rest,… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Florida

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  There’s a game we play in Florida.   Go to a search engine and write FLORIDA MAN.  Then write your birthdate. Tell me in the reply section which “Florida Man” showed up in… Continue reading

Political overflow

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In the USA, it seems no matter what your party affiliation, around election time there are 100 emails a day, all from people begging you for money. The “POOPIE” party is out to… Continue reading

Senseless Tuesday Sarcasm : Writing

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Welcome to 3am, a time of night I like to call… …Writer’s Prison. I hear that writing is supposed to be hard.  If it’s so hard, why do I have 18 books in… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Color blind

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It has been days since the latest insignificant 1st world problem entered my life. You’d think a sinkhole had eaten half my home. What, you might ask, is so catastrophic that I would… Continue reading