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Balancing heaven and hell

November 14, 2014
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Balancing  heaven and hell

It’s hell being a writer stuck in a cube dweller’s body. Today I had to drag my cold, stiff corpse up to the computer desk to regain some semblance of life by doing something creative.…

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The too convenient convenience store

October 16, 2014
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Last week, while making my usual stop at the convenience store, I spied a tiny Yorkie in the truck parked next to me. She was the cutest of all cuties that had ever cutied before.…

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The Phoenix rises from the pee sea

September 24, 2014
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It’s been several months since I’ve posted to my favorite humor site, but I’m back and better than ever. A lot has happened in the past few months, including, but not limited to: Starting a…

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Love is a terrible reason to get married

May 28, 2014
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Love is a terrible reason to get married

Recently my husband and I celebrated one whole year of marital bliss. Reaching this rather tiny benchmark made me contemplate the reasons people get married and what it takes to make a marriage work. And…

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The Doppelganger Effect

May 4, 2014
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At some point in your life, you’ve probably been told you look like someone else. I guess there are just so many combinations nature can make before, inevitably, some people share similarities in the way…

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Free wisdom, by Jim

May 1, 2014
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Free wisdom, by Jim

My dad stops by almost every morning to have a cup of coffee and enlighten me on some matter of life, whether it be how they manufacture bolts, to how to study for a test,…

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Society dismembered

April 27, 2014
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Society dismembered

The other day I was spying on my niece and her friend while playing with Barbie dolls. I wanted to make sure they were playing nice, and they were. Creepily so. They were polite, giggling,…

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Finally, a morning win

April 25, 2014
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I watch a lot of crappy commercials all day long, being a lady of leisure and all. These commercials are engineered toward stay at home moms mostly, and the majority are completely off the mark.…

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The taming of the garage

April 23, 2014
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The taming of the garage

About every two weeks, my husband and I engage in the black hole of house projects; we clean the garage. Again. Once we get it spotless, it seems overnight it gets overrun with pizza boxes,…

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What lies beneath

April 22, 2014
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What lies beneath

Recently I got the rare honor of spending the day with my adorable little baby niece. When my mother called and asked me if I could watch her, I thought, well hell yes. She’s cute,…

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