Tag Archive: life

They pretend to pay us, and we pretend to work.

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Not very many people are fortunate enough to love their job as much as I love mine. During the COVID-19 fiasco, not many people were fortunate enough to keep their job. Now that… Continue reading

Today’s bank chat : Digital highway robbery

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This is a “shot across the bow” for people who didn’t know this type of highway robbery still existed. …and I wondered why my checking account is free? The very poor —  people… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : overthinking toilets

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I’m told that life is like a box of chocolates.  Unless there’s a chocolate covered spider inside, I can’t imagine receiving a traditional box of chocolates I’d refuse to eat. Life is more like… Continue reading

Inner battles

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  War. Who isn’t waging it inside? Name one person without an angel on one shoulder and a devil on the other. War begins from the time we’re told, “NO!” We struggle with… Continue reading

99 word prompt : Hills and mountains of life

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Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic in honor of an amazing blogger. I’ve participated in her #writephoto many times, and have enjoyed the journals about her travels to ancient sites. For readers who haven’t visited… Continue reading

99 word prompt : river of consciousness

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January 28, 2021, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about life as a river of consciousness. Think about the possibilities of the prompt. Go where the prompt leads! If… Continue reading

Things you learn when you have Tourette’s

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This is not a “feel sorry for me” post, it’s to help others understand Tourette’s Syndrome from the vantage point of someone who has it.  Tourette’s is great teacher that continues to provide… Continue reading

Reflections of life

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Life will become what it is, my time a flash of tiny light dancing in a celestial stream. . Why fear death when the prison of body falls away? We soar above the… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Life story

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In one of those not-quite-awake moments, who hasn’t thought, “Why don’t I write an autobiography?” After looking at a blank page for a few minutes, I wrote exactly 19 words: I was born,… Continue reading

Have you met that “guy”?

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  Have you met that guy?   You know the one I’m talking about.  He swaggers into work exuding confidence and brags about his prowess at his job.   The way he talks with the… Continue reading