What’s Free?

I don’t write about politics because there is absolutely nothing fabulously funny about it. But the reality is, I have to live under the rules put in place by those who engage in rhetoric-rhetoric designed to make me believe that I’m getting something that I’m not. Spring is the time of year when I take…

Shredded by the Shredder

It’s hard for me to type today because my fingers are sore and swollen. They got a little cut up during a recent situation.  In hindsight, it was a fabulously funny situation, but at the time, I wasn’t laughing.  And neither were my fingers. I did some spring cleaning this week and I started in…

A Day Late and A Dollar Short

I know, I know! I’m a day late, but I’m not a dollar short-at least I don’t think so.  Actually, ‘day late and dollar short’ is a funny saying. I consulted with my friend Urban Dictionary who said it’s “…like if a guy likes you and then another one asks you out before him, you…

The Accidental Chew and Screw

It was a B & B week for me.  No, I didn’t go to a bed and breakfast, but there were couple of incidents that involved boys and a breakfast and I’m still laughing…and hiding. I did some work-related travel earlier this week. A very chit-chatty colleague and friend traveled with me. We spent a…

Off the Beaten Path

Sometimes you go off the beaten path because you want or need to, or because you were mistakenly led and willingly followed someone in the wrong direction.  Going off the beaten path can be good, such as not following your usual schedule, or bad, as is in going one way when you should have gone…

Who is They?

It seems that a lot of people are into the television show, This is Us. I have been one of ‘a lot of people’ since the show began in 2016.  I know the characters and I learn more about them every time I watch. I somewhat can understand their perspective based on what happened in…

The Good Old Days

What has happened to communication?  It used to be that if you wanted to talk to someone you wrote them a letter, met in person with them, or called them on the telephone with a rotary dial that was in the front room.  What happened to the good old days? Let’s start with written communication….