She was there to inventory our printers. Or as IT likes to call them, our “copy/print/scan devices.” She wore a royal blue polo shirt and khaki pants, no doubt going for that classic geek look. But her red lipstick and fussy hairstyle betrayed her. And not that this is in any way related, but her… Read More Too Fearful for a Disney Cruise?
This morning as I was walking Dog, I passed by that house. You know which one I mean, right? There’s one in your neighborhood too. It’s the one with the perfect yard. The grass is perfectly green, the bushes are perfectly shaped, the flowers look like they were planted with a ruler and level. Walking by such a… Read More In Defense of Lazy Gardening
Daughter and I went to the art museum last week. You know. To appreciate the finer things in life. As did many other Fine People in Phoenix, including at least one couple who did it while stoned. I’ll tell you about my stoner friends later. First, let’s talk about the museum…
Dear Blogger Who Recently Followed Me, Please accept my heartiest welcome to our Feeding on Folly neighborhood! Take a seat anywhere you like… well, not there… that’s where Brian of Bonnywood always sits… no, not that one either, that’s Patricia’s spot. She needs the side table for her tea… Oh, geez, just take the one next… Read More In Which I Question the Motives of a Blogger Who Recently Followed Me and Politely Suggest He Stop Using Super Long Blog Post Titles
The tension is mounting people, even drawing in our most chill-est of personnel! (If you didn’t catch our previous update, click here.) This morning I walk into the break room for my requisite cup of Earl Grey, and there by the microwave stands one of our counselors. One of the cool ones because she reads… Read More Anonymous Note Update, #2!
I know a woman who uses a lot of pet phrases. And by ‘a lot of pet phrases,’ I mean, ‘Please, dear God, make it stop.’ But however many times a day I hear, “It is what it is,” or “It’s all good,” or “Just sayin’!” — I haven’t said a word about it. Not.… Read More Right, Sure, and Yeah-Yeah-Yeah
Create a World of Epic Learning! The Battle against ignorance is set to begin! Objective: Educate students and reach retirement without suffering burnout or loss of hope for the next generation Battlefield: Your Public High School Ready to begin? Select a game figure: