Monthly Archives: July 2017

Pressure cooker

Y’know, I figured once I left the working world, specifically Corporate America, I was in for swell times. No more stress, just fun.

Then I took up this cockamamie cooking challenge and all of July evaporated and I still didn’t … Read the rest

Charity begins at home

Never has that truism been more true than today.

While there are still human involvement activities (Habitat for Humanity, Boys and Girls Club, local marathons and walks, etc.), the burgeoning internet has provided the motivationally and socially challenged (such as … Read the rest

Why so negative?

I’ve been going on about all my purchases online, particularly through my Amazon Prime membership (in fact, I have some Weber grill grates arriving later today).

One of the more beneficial aspects of the internet and online shopping is that … Read the rest

The road more traveled

“One has to wonder what they’re worried about. There’s something. There always is.”

This isn’t where I was going for my blog post today. Really. I had been on an unannounced sabbatical from political posts. But the recent comments from … Read the rest

Out on a limb

 

Look what’s back! Blowing off the cobwebs on this old favorite in honor of an especially bizarre interview by a loyalty-challenged (and possibly paranoid) famous celebrity. I know you’ll see the theme, but can you guess the celebrity?

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Blueberry sneakers

I’m sure I’ve mentioned before (and after more than 1,000 posts, probably more than once) how much my shopping habits have changed.

Yes, Amazon has been a big part of that transformation, but I was buying off bidding sites like … Read the rest

Little things

I have a hyperactive brain. It’s both a blessing and a curse.

It helps me with my creativity and puzzle solving. It hinders me with over-complicating things and over-thinking. I’m used to it.

Funny thing is, except for the brain … Read the rest

They lie!

And I’m steamed about it!

I’m sure I’ve mentioned this once or twice over the life of my blog, but it bears repeating after another round of disappointment.

Product packaging lies.

No one needs any confirmation on refrigerated goods, with … Read the rest