As I’ve mentioned before, I am *not* a morning person. I’m a night person. So coffee first thing in the morning is very important to me. I believe this is hereditary; I’ve been told my Paternal Grandmother used to walk into the Diner and tell the waitress, “Coffee NOW!” My husband bought me this set … More Why I love my coffee cup
Well I couldn’t just name it “Random Randomness Part 100″ could I? Anyway, I went to the Gym today, and got into the nice hot whirlpool slash hot tub. I was reading through the instructions posted on the wall. 1. Must be over 19 years of age. Check. Check. and Check. Hmm only 2 checks … More Whirlpool, Grapes and Lifeguards
Home bound chaos. What day is it? Thursday? Friday? Where’s my car keys? Oh, that appointment isn’t until next week. Oh no, it was yesterday! If you work from home, you know that sometimes the days blend into each other. There’s not much human contact. Night and day blend into each other. Throw a kid … More Did I take a shower today? …because I don’t remember…
Maybe you’ve seen the show on TLC, Extreme Couponing. I am not quite at that level, but I’m learning some realistic ways to save a few bucks. I was shopping in Thrift Stores decades before it became fashionable. And I’m always up for a good bargain. The first thing is to look at the Supermarket‘s Flyers for … More Extreme Couponer (In Training)
It has been pointed out to me that lately my posts have been quite dreary, as if I had been renting a room at the House of Usher from Edgar Allen Poe. So I will attempt to lighten it up for a while. First, some of my favs from Steven Wright: “Why do they call … More Does anyone remember laughter?
The bright light clicked on, interupting the soft glow of the morning. The crumpling of wrapping paper filled the room. “SMILE!” he commanded. The children faked their best smiles. “Do what you’re told,” had been embedded into their psyches. “Oh, this is not the one I wanted,” Marge sighed, and then just as suddenly, held … More Christmas Lights