humor

Bed, Bath, & Beyond Reason

I fanned my sheaf of Bed, Bath, & Beyond coupons confident that my Christmas shopping list would minimize like Safari windows during my Cyber Monday shopping hunt. “USE THIS COUPON IN-STORE OR ONLINE!” shouted the ad that haunted my mailbox monthly. “Online,” I retorted and Googled away. “17 Top Holiday Gifts”, “Gifts by Theme”, “Buy… Continue reading Bed, Bath, & Beyond Reason

Everyday Epiphany, Gardening, humor, Outdoors

The Work Workout Or How I’ll Make A Million Smackaroos!

My fortune is made (or will be made) upon the launch of my new “Work Workout” program! Infomercials, “Shark Tank” appearances, followed by franchises will have me rolling in the green like Scrooge McDuck! Prior attempts at making the “A-list” of millionaires fell short. The squirrel circus invention (See post “Why Didn’t the Chicken Cross… Continue reading The Work Workout Or How I’ll Make A Million Smackaroos!

Gardening, humor, Outdoors

Shrimp Scampi and Mosquitoes

  Our current method of mosquito control, whacking them dead, had failed miserably. Had we been armed with octopus arms clutching sixteen swatters we may have had a chance of grilling our meal without becoming a meal. More welts were raised than chicken barbecued. Standing within a ring of citronella candles and slicked with Cutters abated… Continue reading Shrimp Scampi and Mosquitoes

Everyday Epiphany, humor

Puzzling And The Bickering Brain

I was one puzzle away from an energy flowing calm, an improved attitude, and nailing meditation! And that would have happened if my brain hemispheres cooperated. Instead they bickered. My trainer, Destiny, (See Post 49 “Date with Destiny”) had suggested I find a stress reducing activity since my Yoga and meditation attempts failed. (I had… Continue reading Puzzling And The Bickering Brain

Everyday Epiphany, humor

Scary Drawer

I inch open the middle drawer of my bureau . . . the one sandwiched between the one that holds my long sleeved t-shirts and the other that contains my jeans. The time has come. I procrastinate long enough.   “After Valentine’s Day,” I had said to myself leaving an open-ended loophole. Trinidads tasted. Roses… Continue reading Scary Drawer