“If it took me showing some warmth to get warmth in return, I’d do it.” ― C.L. Stone, Drop of Doubt Advertisements
Trust me when I say that I don’t care if you believe me or not. Probably you don’t. Although I don’t care that you will not believe me, I still feel the need to convince you. Note also, that I hate you for making me convince you of what I know to be true. If […]
Surprisingly, I am talking about Rich Hill again. His composure after being hit in the throat two weeks ago prompted me to post about baseball. Now, I am compelled to mention him again because of tonight’s performance (August 23, 2017) against the Pittsburgh Pirates (61-66, 4th in National League Central ). I watch many teams […]
‘I’m charmed with the house,’ said Lucia. ‘And what exactly, how much I mean, for a period of two months—’ ‘Fifteen guineas a week,’ said Miss Mapp without pause. ‘That would include the use of my piano. A sweet instrument by Blumenfelt.’ ‘I will take it for August and September,’ said Lucia. ‘And I’m sure […]
Green Grass Grows All Around There was a tree (there was a tree) All in the wood (all in the wood) The prettiest tree (the prettiest tree) That you ever did see (that you ever did see) The tree in a hole and the hole in the ground And the green grass grows all around, […]
Slowly withdrawing from its external world.
It’s a common trope to romanticize the beauty of snow. People rush with cameras to take luscious photos of blankets of white snow. But there is an ugly side, the hideous mixture of street debris and trash left over by the plows in the piles and piles of dirty snow positioned around large parking lots. […]
When other people such as the supermarket checkout cashier, partygoers, peers, and fellow employees don’t appreciate my cat stories, I don’t appreciate it one bit. Who do they think they are not to enjoy the various adorable nuances in the sleeping positions of my cat?