Tag Archive: humor

Still alive

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Have you had one of those dreams where you’re floating in a celestial light?  Inside this light there is no pain, only joy… Then you’re awakened by a mob of dogs barking, and… Continue reading

Working cats and dogs

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This is the hardest month at work, and I’ ve been working everyday, either at the office or at home.  I needed a bit of humor, so I’m taking a few minutes to… Continue reading

Whacked-out recipes

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I’m not the world’s best cook.  Mom used to make steak that was so hard to cut it reminded me of shoe leather.  My sister and I found out why when we were… Continue reading

After Christmas let-down

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2023 feels a lot like 2022. The plastic trees are being carefully zipped into plastic bags to put into closets for another year, wrapping paper is in the garbage, and lines will be… Continue reading

Merry Christmas to all!

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My heart is so joyful!!!! Both my children called me today.  Both are doing amazingly well.  I am so thankful to have the world’s best children! There are two reasons I haven’t had… Continue reading

Florida Wintebrrrrr….

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Sharing a few funny memes about Christmas in Florida this year.   The forecast was worse than expected: Ft. Myers was whammied by Hurricane Ian in November, with a double whammy around Christmas.  Remember… Continue reading

Who wished for a cold day in hell?

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On the morning of December 24th, it’s supposed to be 27F in my part of Florida.  OMG!  It’s going to be in the 40’s in Key west!  That’s tropical sacrilege!! This is our… Continue reading

Nothing new…

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…same anxiety inducing monthly deadlines to meet — TIMES 2! Yes, I do yoga from May 30 until November 1.  For the next 5 months, I will be plagued with fork-in-mouth disease: I… Continue reading

Apocalypse

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Every year I hear about the coming apocalypse.  It’s not like we can’t bomb ourselves out of existence. People aren’t that insane…yet. The last apocalypse happened over 12,000 years ago, during yet another… Continue reading

…and I lived to tell about it

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I’m visiting my son at his home near Atlanta, Georgia — 7 hours away from where I live. . His senior recital was yesterday, and he is a stellar oboe player.  . The… Continue reading