The ONE time I don’t toss my Nook into my bag is the one time the WiFi on my flight isn’t working. Oh well, these flights are always full. I can use the 3 hours to chat with the person next to me. But the ONE time I want to chat, the flight isn’t full. Far from it. There’s no one in the seat next … Continue reading Uneducated Poetry
I am so easily swayed by marketing when it comes to stuff to drink. Exotic fruit combinations. Anything “green tea”. The addition of honey, herbs, spices or bacon (still bummed that Diet Coke didn’t think this was a good idea). Pictures of juicy red cherries. “Sparkling”. And of course, if it’s sugar-free, I’m sold. Because now it’s really good for me! So I sent Doofenshmirtz … Continue reading The Flavor Next Door
I may need a shrink. Or a drink. But I think I’ll write instead. Last night, a beetle crawled into bed with me. My “normal” self would have, at the very least, flicked him out of bed. But last night, I looked at him and thought, “I wonder how his day has been?” And I wasn’t even surprised that I thought that. I ask everyone … Continue reading My “Bee-Tell”
The truth will set you free. Unless you killed someone. Continue reading !
Dear Ford, Why would you choose to name something “Super Duty”? Did you never go to Junior High? Love, Giggling in Waxahachie Continue reading Doody
Rolled down my window at the bank, and a GINORMOUS spider dropped down. Tried to roll up the window, but during my panic I hit the gas and rolled up and over the curb-thingie. Closed the window and put the brake on, but realized the spider was IN the truck. Scrambled over and out the passenger side door and just stood there like a freaking … Continue reading Caught On Camera
One of my roommates while I am in New York is Edgar. The past two weeks, Edgar has been dealing with two overactive, noisy, and often stinky foster kittens. And while he certainly sees them as an annoyance, they have been garnering quite a bit of love and attention from the humans in the apartment (because, holy COW they are cute!). He has been handling … Continue reading Conversations with Edgar