"What was the middle thing...?" That is my favourite line from the movie, A Fish Called Wanda. No one ever knows what I'm talking about when I quote that line. Google it. Find the movie. You actually won't find that line unless you look up the script. The video clips are usually about other scenes … Continue reading The Middle Thing
No one drops by to make you a cup of tea when you lose your imaginary boyfriend.
Outlier Babe reminds me of... well, ME. That is a disturbingly comforting thought. Well done! While I wish I could take credit for this piece, it is, actually, a reblog of a post by Outlier Babe, blogger extraordinaire! BTW, Outlier Babe, you forgot to mention the people in airports, at the top of escalators and … Continue reading When YOU’RE the Jerkwad
I have a story to tell. I have a story to tell, but I am not going to tell it. It is about a $10,000 cat. She was just a barn cat. Old, arthritic and grouchy. She used to be a fluffy little cutie, who stole my heart, and caused debates about cat ownership through … Continue reading A Great Story About a $10,000 Cat
What we don’t know about domestic violence, hurts everyone: a letter to my friend I have a beautiful, well-educated, friend. She is a driven professional, and a mom of three great kids. She recently remarried. To me, she has been an inspiration. I have thought, “She’s been through so much, and she is standing strong. … Continue reading What we don’t know about domestic violence hurts everyone: a letter to my friend
So, a lot has happened since my last post. For one thing, I am befuddled by the formatting on WordPress. I give up trying to fix my numbered list, below. You'll figure it out. Also paragraph spacing is a work in progress. ANYWAY Now that I'm a single woman, a friend and I were talking … Continue reading QUIZ: Are you a BUM?
Well I did it. I fell. Into the abyss I'd been fighting. Leapt, actually. Free fell. Fell freely. Phoenix in flames. Checked myself into the hospital on December 8, 2014 for a month. Exactly what I needed to do. Still may lose my house. May go bankrupt. May whatever. I going in the right direction … Continue reading Orion’s Belt
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,500 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people. Click here to … Continue reading 2014 in review
Friday night. Forty seven year old single mom sitting at the bar drinking wheat beer. I know what you're thinking. You're thinking it's about time I blogged again, right? I used to wake up with fully formed ideas in mind. Middle of the night - you name it. I'd jump up and run to my … Continue reading Cliche walking. Well, sitting, actually.
Well, I got my first hate mail this morning. It came in the form of a nasty comment. Wow! Nothing like a little punch in the gut to get your day started. Nice. Most reader comments elicit warm fuzzies - another physical sensation. Nasty comments give a person that gut feeling like a punch. But … Continue reading A Milestone for My Humble Little Blog
It's my birthday. I have hung on to this planet as it has hurtled through space, around the sun, whilst spinning on its axis at breakneck speeds, forty-seven times. It's exhausting. I hang on, still, and wait for my insides to stop churning. Sometimes, it's exhilarating, or awesome (as in, full of awe, or inspiring … Continue reading One more year on the planet.