You're welcome. You are welcome for this post to break up your Facebook newsfeed that is overrun with political posts, opinions, protests and memes. I don't normally write for the sole purpose of diversion, but today, even I need it. So let us focus on...survival. Specifically, survival of politics, since that seems to be the … Continue reading Country Politics are an OxyMoron!
One of my previous employers used to always say..."You know that white stuff on top of chicken sh*t? It's still chicken sh*t." I always laughed at this because we all try to make things different and/or better than what they are. Below is my effort.... It's not that I don't understand limiting and monitoring my … Continue reading You Can’t Have Chicken Salad Without The Chicken Sh*t!
I very much enjoy this new blog that I am following and wanted to share!
No matter what your opinion is on shopping, there’s one thing we can all agree on — the parking lot is a paved hell. It should be simple. Park the car, get out of the car, go about your business. But there are always a few who go to the dark side and ruin it for everyone else.
Lusting after a closer parking spot turns many people into Parking Spot Stalkers so overcome with desire for your spot that they dedicate themselves to claiming it for their own.
While the logic employed by the Parking Spot Stalker makes sense—a closer spot is often more desirable than one farther away— there can be a troubling gray area when it comes to their actions. If it’s dark out and you’re a woman being followed by a car creeping up behind you like Charles Manson in a Volvo, it’s safe to assume they’re…
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So apparently, my writing career is not the award-winning, off-the-charts, glamorous, instant success story that I ordered. After a background and years of experience in writing for other people, I made some life-altering decisions and came home - in more ways than one. I assumed that I would lay dormant for a bit and then … Continue reading I Bit Off More Than I Can Chew
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,200 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 20 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the … Continue reading 2014 in review
Happy Thanksgiving from the most perfect (for me) little, mountain town to yours! I hope that you plan your Black Friday shopping around LOCALLY owned and operated shops; where your money actually makes a difference! I'm working on the last post in our surviving pregnancy series, so keep your eyes peeled!