I’m almost at the point where I will be free to start over… & I’m wondering how to start.

It's been a pretty insane little week with people coming in and me trying to just get through waiting for the newbie to get done with training. I have to work tomorrow and I wish I didn't because I'm getting more headaches more often and I just want to be away from work. It kinda … Continue reading I’m almost at the point where I will be free to start over… & I’m wondering how to start.

I may have orphaned myself yesterday, but only time (& more dreadful conversations) will tell…

It's become clear to me that other than our tempers, when it comes to the big things, my mother and I are polar opposites. I started yesterday morning off fine & was taking pics of some of what I was pulling from the garden (didn't want to risk losing them to the storm). We had … Continue reading I may have orphaned myself yesterday, but only time (& more dreadful conversations) will tell…

Nickel and Dimed, or (Not) Getting By In America, by Barbara Ehrenreich

My Copy: 9780312626686 (image from bn.com) I'm not really sure how I feel about this book. The writing style is certainly different than other types of creative nonfiction I've read. As far as the information within, I had to remind myself many times that this book was written 20 years ago. I've seen this book … Continue reading Nickel and Dimed, or (Not) Getting By In America, by Barbara Ehrenreich

I don’t understand the seething hate conservatives seem to have for liberals…

I haven't been north of my house for shopping or anything else in several weeks, certainly not before the mask mandates for the whole state came down. I went to a dollar store about a mile north of my house this morning for coffee creamer (because the world ends in this place if there is … Continue reading I don’t understand the seething hate conservatives seem to have for liberals…

Absurd Q #144: Why do we say a “pair of pants” or “pants” instead of “pant”? What’s with the plurality?

I mean, it's not like a pair of socks. You have two distinct articles of clothing meant to be together, and woe to the poor dryer that tries to separate the two forever. When talking about part of the pants, like a specific leg, you don't call it the "pants leg", but it's "a pant … Continue reading Absurd Q #144: Why do we say a “pair of pants” or “pants” instead of “pant”? What’s with the plurality?