Home / 2010 / August

Monthly Archives: August 2010

Booby Trapped

Do you have a body part that you consider to be too big or too small? Or one that gets in your way? Or one that makes you scream because you can’t get clothes to fit because of it? Yeah, ...

Read More »

Watermelon Landing

This is something I wrote in 1996 about my Dad and an air strip landing that was quite frightening to everyone except him. In honor of his birthday, I have chosen to share it with you today. No, it’s not ...

Read More »

Random Act of Mistakes

Are you one of those people who are in control of your thoughts and actions most of the time? Yeah, me too. But yesterday, when I was home, minding my own business, doing my own thang, a man knocked on ...

Read More »

Blue Green Monsters

I didn’t order it. I don’t want it. It’s under some kind of contract that apparently can’t be broken and I can’t get them to take it away. My office is ½ of a duplex office. When we first moved ...

Read More »

No More Missing Me – I’m In Heaven

Is it possible to find a little piece of Heaven on earth with technology? Yeah, well I think so too. But I’m in heaven anyway, Given that I am a great writer of true and humorous stories, and given that ...

Read More »

The Inside Scoop On Being Scoped

Here I am, sitting at the out-patient office of my GI doctor, waiting to have a camera shoved down my throat for the fifth (5th) time. I’m not sure what they are looking for, but I sure hope they find ...

Read More »

Gizmo Glitch

Does “a” always lead to “b”, or could it lead to “g” then “x” and then to “b”? Yeah, that’s what I thought. Do you remember when I lost that gizmo that works to get me through the toll plazas ...

Read More »

One Shoe Wonders

My good friend Dawn’s good friend Robin posed a question the other day that we are all dying to know the answer to. Though I don’t have the answer, after much pondering, remembering, posturing, gesturing, investigating and a few other ...

Read More »
× Live Support

We are currently offline. You can email us instead.