Work kinda kicked my ass last week. Then over the weekend my neighbors damn near burned down the house. And now I am currently recovering from a migraine that was so bad I briefly thought I might be having a stroke. Nevertheless, we continue.
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INKTOBER 2020: Day 4. Radio
That's it. I'm a taking a nap. It's a lazy Sunday for me. Hope you are all doing well. Take it easy.
INKTOBER 2020: Day 3. Bulky
A Banana Hammock Limerick: There once was a man they called Hulky-- Whose strict discipline made him quite bulky ---He was never one to indulge ---So much as a yank of his bulge And that's why he was always so sulky.
INKTOBER 2019: Day 8. Frail
There they are! Special Delivery! When you are old and getting frail,There's no need to grieve, to weep or wail--Just ship your dentures to yourself in the mail!And if you wait just a little while,The postman will deliver you back your very own smile!This will be twice as nice, because by then,You will have forgotten … Continue reading INKTOBER 2019: Day 8. Frail
INKTOBER 2019: Day 6. Husky
I mean, just look at him--hardly any meat on those bones! Sticks and Stones and Bared Bones Did I ever tell you the story of Gordie Landusky?The boys used to taunt him, 'cause he was, y'know, kinda husky.He tried to tell'em he wasn't fat, he was just big-boned.But they'd spit in his face, and hit … Continue reading INKTOBER 2019: Day 6. Husky
INKTOBER 2019: Day 5. Build
But how did he get up there? It's Not That Bad It's neither vile gossip, nor vicious rumor--It's just a little gallows humor.
INKTOBER 2019: Day 4. Freeze
It's just true. You Can't Trust the Weatherman You can't always tell from the weatherman how cold it is--Seems like the measurement is a bit hit or miss.But you can always tell by the state of your skin,No matter the meteorologist's calculation!
Exploring New Depths of Procrastination
I haven’t written a post for this blog in a while. I made a deal with myself that I wouldn’t write any more posts until my taxes were filed. I deeply underestimated the extent of my own ability to procrastinate. I dived deeper into avoiding doing the one thing I needed to get done on … Continue reading Exploring New Depths of Procrastination