Tag Archive: satire

The Big C

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Asleep at 9:00pm and up at 11:00.  Why did I awaken after 2 whole hours of sleep? Pretty Pittie, the gentle and loving doggie on the left, was coughing. It could have been… Continue reading

Conversations : Self-deflection

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More questions for God, the universe, or whatever (GUW). Me:  If safety is an illusion, and time is an illusion, what is reality? GUW:  What do you see on your computer monitor, or… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Not happy?

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What a difference a rebuilt engine makes. Too bad we can’t rebuild a brain as easily. The engine in my Jeep used to go 0 to 60 in a day.    Now, when… Continue reading

Strange National Days

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There’s a national chocolate day, national get up day and a national Daiquiri day.   Yesterday, I did almost EVERYTHING wrong, so I thought,  Why isn’t there a national wrong day? Looks like I… Continue reading

Pointless sarcasm

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I have nothing absolutely earth shattering to report, unlike these poor, unfortunate, twins. Dogs have taken over my bed.  Cats want attention.   Irritating, but not earth shattering. The Division of Motor Vehicles has… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Language

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I’ve mentioned many times that my son is the multi-lingual poet in the family.  I know how to ask “Where’s the bathroom” in 4 languages. 😏 “Donde esta el banjo?” Enough about my… Continue reading

Senseless weekend sarcasm : Endurance

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A few years back, I sent my spit to Ancestry.com.   No, I wasn’t angry at them, it was for a DNA sample. There were a few surprises, such as 1% Cameroon/Bantu people 1%… Continue reading

More Senseless 1st World Problems

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I keep breaking my nails.  If you’re thinking this… …you’re wrong. It’s more like this:   I went to the website using this picture, but whatever language it’s written in looks like hieroglyphics… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Weird weather

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Yesterday, my son advised me that the Atlanta area is experiencing tropical storm conditions. Atlanta?  Really?  What’s next, an Earthquake in Oklahoma? At this very moment — 3 in the morning — one… Continue reading

Writer’s Doldrums

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  Inside the creative mind is a sea of possibilities. I have, at present, hit the red line that has sucked the wind from my sails. Like the belt around Earth 5 degrees… Continue reading