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Have you ever put on a pair of clothes, only to quickly realize they no longer fit? That happened to me a few weeks ago. It caught me by surprise. My pants felt like I needed to shove a lampshade … Continue reading
The world is a strange place. I have a lot that I’d like to say, so I’m going to sit here and write. You can either read all of this, or you can scroll down to the paragraphs that don’t … Continue reading
Yesterday afternoon, I went on Twitter and the first tweet I saw broke my heart. It was a tweet by Jimmy Kimmel. It read: “90 years with Don Rickles weren’t enough. One of the sweetest and most lovely people I had … Continue reading
I can’t tell you the last time a commercial on TV, or an advertisement on the internet, left me saying to myself, “Wow, I need what they’re selling.” I don’t know if I’ve ever thought that. Sure, maybe the food … Continue reading
It’s been ten days since I last wrote something, which is about fifty days in blog time. So forgive me if this post goes all over the place. I don’t know what the next sentence is going to be until I … Continue reading
In Grade 3, everyone in my class put an item into a time capsule, which our teacher kept until we were in Grade 8 and ready to move on to the “real world” that was high school. Fast forward to … Continue reading
I feel a rant coming on, so get’cha popcorn ready and add butter because this one is gonna be a real finger licker. I don’t know what that means. Get yourself a napkin if you must. I don’t want you … Continue reading