Things I’ve Learned Thanks to the Coronavirus

April 1, 2020 0

1. We’ve all been undervaluing pants with elastic waist bands. 2. I’ll never look at toilet paper the same way again. 3. I suspect this whole Coronavirus thing was masterminded by the “Dog Community” as […]

Texts From my Daughter: the mouse

March 24, 2020 0

My darling daughter lives alone in a studio apartment. After working three 12hr shifts in ICU, she went home to sleep. And then woke up, sent me the attached screenshot, and informed me she was […]

Love In the Age of Coronavirus: a short story

March 6, 2020 1

Natalie was nervous.  She knew she shouldn’t be. She was out-going and friendly, always ready with a smile. She shined at social gatherings-the girl everyone seemed to gravitate to. A magnet that drew others to […]

Everything is Horrible and Nothing is Good

March 5, 2020 0

Everything is horrible and nothing is goIn 2009, my daughter became ill with H1N1. It was a scary virus, because unlike the usual seasonal influenza, this bad boy was taking out people under the age […]

Beyond the #BroomChallenge

February 11, 2020 2

I know everyone is trying to get their brooms to stand up on their own with the #broomchallenge, but what you might not know is that right now until the end of the week, the […]

The New Hierarchy of Needs for 2020

February 10, 2020 3

I keep to myself a lot of things I find humorous. I do this for several reasons:  1. If I didn’t, I would be filling your newsfeed daily, cause I find most things funny2. Some […]

A Royal Application

January 25, 2020 2

Dear Queen Elizabeth, I understand there is an opening in the royal family and I would like to humbly submit my application. Although I have no formal royal training, I do have a set of […]

My Thoughts on Insensitive Christmas Music

November 2, 2019 1

Kelly Clarkson and John Legend have released a revised version of “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” re-writing the classic lyrics many suddenly found offensive. Now, that song has always been one of my favorites, which got […]

Trick or Treat Pumpkins

October 26, 2019 1

I read a post explaining that blue pumpkin buckets convey that a trick-or-treater has autism and may be non-verbal. And then I read a post that said the blue pumpkin buckets are bad and don’t […]

I Shower for YOU

October 10, 2019 1

(I pondered this ALL DAY yesterday. And now you get to read about it. Or not. It’s okay either way. ) I don’t care what I look like, but I care what other people think […]

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