Okay, barring a brain-melting incident in the political spectrum, this blog begins its inevitable turn to the sole province of Halloween and all its associated circumstances.
That means day-by-day updates on my preparations for my Dead Thing Driveway and progress … Read the rest
Fingers on the table top. Foot on the floor. Picture the impatient man.
Chomping at the bit. Gnashing the teeth. Jumping at the chance. Eager beaver.
When. When is the question.
I’ve now got my main skeleton performers effectively … Read the rest
I had all sorts of witticisms and puns planned to open this post, but I decided, nah, my current and expected aggravation with my Homeowners’ Association (HOA) suggests a more sober tone.
My home is just about perfect for me. … Read the rest
Heights and I have a complicated relationship. We get along best when we’re apart. I’ve always been afraid of allowing us to get too close.
When I’m in an airplane, staring out a reinforced window at the ground thousands of … Read the rest
When I first moved out of Mom’s house (I don’t count being away at college), I was lucky enough to get a little 2/2 condo in Tamarac, just about a mile from the entrance to the Florida Turnpike.
It was … Read the rest
A few weeks back, I went through a series of posts where I grudgingly admitted I have lived a reasonably interesting life.
While that’s all well and good (and a needed boost to self-esteem), the fact is my interesting bits … Read the rest
You’ve got your multi-year fascination and I’ve got mine.
Because this year is an exponential leap from last year’s eerily successful Dead Thing Pen, I’ve needed to arrange my zombie ducks in a row well in advance of that eagerly … Read the rest
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
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
Following yesterday’s chat about the high costs of home repair, we now jaunt off to that other favorite confection of modern homes – the HOA, or Homeowner’s Association.
Once again, I won’t take this time to bemoan the dunderhead things … Read the rest