Tag Archive: life

GUE unsettled

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If you want that kind of pain, you can look under the category of “Conversations,” and there you will find more conversations with GUE (God, the Universe, and Everything.) As you can tell,… Continue reading

Being a writer

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When looking at the weather, I like a satellite view.  It’s so easy to watch the clouds swirling, and I can see from which direction the rain will be coming at me.  I… Continue reading

Senseless Someday Sarcasm : (Mental) Status

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Have you taken a good look at the world yet?  I’ll explain it in simple terms:  Imagine, if you will, that a 13-year-old with an attitude has just discovered the code to every… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Alive

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Woke up alive again today —  Willy Nelson. He wrote that song in 2015, after waking up one morning only to discover that he was (supposedly) dead.   I can sort-of relate.  I had… Continue reading

Where are the flying cars…?

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  …in the ozone, where our common sense has gone to die. How can the sarcasm fail to flow? I wanted flying cars!  Soaring in the sky at 500 mph, and getting to… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : UTI edition

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  ME:  Why?  Why God the Universe and Everything.  Why give me a UTI at this moment? GUE:  People are dying from pneumonia, dysentery, cancer, stroke, and malaria, and you bother me about… Continue reading

MONDAY

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  I dig the 5-cup coffee maker from it’s resting place on the counter and open the lid.  What do I see? A mold farm. Those little green spots that permeate the grounds… Continue reading

Why I was kicked out of the senior center

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I live in a small town and work in a building next to the senior center.   At one time, yoga class was at 3:30 on Mondays, and the number of people attending had… Continue reading

Senseless Sarcasm : Marriage

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Once upon a time, when I had more sense, I said: Here’s the perfect way to test the patience of a future spouse:   Husband number 1 would have tried to shoot the… Continue reading

Senseless Weekend Sarcasm : happening

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A lot has happened in the last few days. The least aggregious problem is that I just paid the flood insurance for a year.  The bill was $150  more than it was in… Continue reading