Monthly Archives: November 2012

Yet another cheesy joke

Now that NaNo is done, I’m getting away from typing for a little bit. So here’s another short post.   There’s an envelope on my floor from where the mailman slid it through the slot on the door. It says … Continue reading

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A blonde joke I hadn’t heard before.

CAVEAT: yes, I know, terrible stereotypes about blondes. Substitute your own favorite group if you prefer, like “joke-telling idiot bloggers.”   A blonde woman was speeding along in her shiny red sports car when she was pulled over by a … Continue reading

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Friday Night better be a good one.

Monday: worked until 8:00 pm Tuesday: worked until 8:15 pm Wednesday: wrote less than I hoped Thursday: working a bit late, then a meeting I’m going to be scrambling Friday. Ugh.

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NaNo is almost over.

I know some of you have been absolutely dying for bigger, better, longer posts. They’ll be back, I promise. I’ve only got a few days left for NaNo. So for now, I’ll just leave you with this thought: what would … Continue reading

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Cleverly Disguised as a Responsible Adult

Occasionally at work, I have the need to borrow a pair of scissors from a co-worker. I take the scissors and, from his perspective, go away for a minute or two and then come back and return them to his … Continue reading

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One thing I did today

Today, I had a goal. A goal I could meet, that would make me happy. Today, I set that goal aside and made someone else happy. And that made me happier than my goal would have. I must think on … Continue reading

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Sage: Eleven Months

Time keeps moving faster, kid. They tell you about that when you’re little and it doesn’t make sense, but as you get older, it really does seem to go faster. I can’t believe you’re one month away from being a whole … Continue reading

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