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I have my mother’s hands. That’s not something I’ve ever taken as a compliment – no offense, Mom. Our hands are broad and short-fingered. A network of lines criss-crosses both palm and back. The adjectives “sturdy” and “capable” come to mind when … Continue reading
My physical reflexes have never been what they once were. My mental reflexes are probably worse. Yet if a verbal hammer hits a certain spot in my brain, the guy wielding that hammer is probably gonna get a reflexive kick … Continue reading
Q: What time is it when an ark floats by your house? A: Time to call your insurance agent. Ha ha! Hysterical, right? We insurance agents have millions of those gems. I usually save them for clients. When they realize … Continue reading
You have a split second to respond. There are no do-overs. Choose poorly and you risk being tagged as Stuck-up Bitch or Village Idiot. I’m talking about navigating the no-man’s land between seeing someone, and figuring out if it’s someone … Continue reading
What do 4-for-$1 Cadbury Crème Eggs and an up-thrust of daffodils have in common? Both are important clues that may help me to finally understand…myself. I’ve been feeling a little blue lately. By a little blue I mean sad. Very … Continue reading
Rejected t-shirt logo for an upcoming employee engagement/team-building workshop at Apple headquarters: What other mottos might they consider?
* Oh, God! We’re slowing to a crawl. Look at those taillights, stretching ahead as far as the eye can see. Damn! I’m going to be late for work for SURE. And will my jerk-wad boss care that it is … Continue reading
Urbanites are always complaining about how tough life is in the big city. I say, crime? – bah! smog? – ha! traffic jams? – don’t make me laugh. You don’t know what tough IS until you’ve stared down the gaping … Continue reading