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Category Archives: life
What the fuck, google? You’re supposed to be the best! But you have failed me and I’m angry. And really fucking sad. (And a bit dramatic.) Sigh. I am desperate for a friend or two or three or something. Online … Continue reading
Trust me—I’m just as shocked as you are. [Background for those of you who haven’t been following me for years: I started something I called the ‘weekly perk’ way back in 2016. I posted (weekly, obviously) with anything good I … Continue reading
I might as well not even exist in my family. In fact, I wish I didn’t. A couple of months ago, I made up a funny nickname for my daughter. I’ve called her that name often ever since. My husband … Continue reading
As you probably know, the April A-to-Z challenge is coming up. You know, in April. Because of the theme I’ve chosen, I knew it would be difficult to keep up if I waited until April to start writing. So I’ve … Continue reading
are we there yet? Yes, we are there! We made it to the end of February. Thank you for reading my month of randomness. And thank you to those of you who participated in my “challenge“. When I made this … Continue reading
come back. Things I wish would come back: Non-smart phones. (Stupid phones?) Morton frozen donuts. My college boyfriend. My high school hangout. John Lennon, Ian Curtis, David Bowie, Anthony Bourdain, Chester Bennington, and, oh, what the hell—Luke Perry. A pleasant … Continue reading
disillusioned. I am disillusioned with life. Nothing has gone the way I thought it would or the way I wanted. I thought I would fall madly in love. I wasn’t sure I would have children or if I wanted them. … Continue reading