When I go see the Wizard, I’m going to ask for better-fitting socks. Continue reading Reality Oz
The waiter offered us dessert. All choices involved ice cream. Me: I better not because I would regret it later. Him: I think you may have crossed the bridge of regret when you ate a bowl of cheese. Continue reading The Bridges Of Lactose Intolerance
So… because I can’t NOT injure myself in random (yet significant) ways, I managed to take off a tiny chunk of skin from one of my toes. (Don’t ask how… it involves an overdue pedicure and a dog, but I don’t want to place blame here). (Also, I’m not naming toes because it’s not a super important toe) Anyway… I’m walking through the streets of … Continue reading I’m from here. No, really.
20 years ago on my birthday, I saw him for the first time. I won a radio contest, and found myself standing in line with 59 other lucky winners on a cold February morning to take a bus from Odessa to Lubbock, Texas. We played games and sang songs on the trip up. We were all clearly huge Elton John fans. The feeling was electric. … Continue reading Our Songs
Okay, so I’m a grown-ass adult, and I love Snapchat! (Hello second childhood!), but as a grown up, my eyes are failing. One of the Snapchat selfie “add-ons” recently was a beehive that sits on top of your head while bees fly around! Since I love bees, I was VERY excited and proceeded to take a selfie, add the beehive on my head with the … Continue reading Shithead
I dreamed I was playing Rock-Paper-Scissors with Max Headroom. It was a good day for Max… Continue reading Dreaming to the Max
14 years ago, two little mounds of clover showed up on either side of our front porch. They had been planted by the original homeowner. We bought the house at the beginning of February, so at that time, all the landscaping was dormant. The owner was Mr Ponder. A man we had never met, but who instantly felt like family. He handed us an envelope … Continue reading Lucky Charms