New Notebooks and Old Friends

Visited with my sister-in-law and her munchkin tonight. We've sort of lost track of one another, only to recently reconnect at her daughter's birthday party a couple of months ago. We we're married to brothers. We've been to a lot of the same emotionally eviscerating places. It was really good to see her, and her … Continue reading New Notebooks and Old Friends

Racist Cartoons and Dr. Livingstone, I Presume

First, I'd just like to apologize for this week's Tarot Tuesday. I'm not sure why I was struggling so hard yesterday but I was really in one hell of an ADD fog and I underperformed on that post. My bad, y'all. Okie doke. Checked that box. What's next? Ah, yissss. So cartoons used to be … Continue reading Racist Cartoons and Dr. Livingstone, I Presume

Duck Crossings and K9 Choper

First, I thought I'd share with you a photo of the hungry monster hamper that threw my entire life into madness last Sunday. The most fun thing about the hungry monster, which I never could have anticipated but which I was delighted to discover, is that when he gets full he gets an enormous underbite … Continue reading Duck Crossings and K9 Choper

Greek Mythology and Excitable Boys

First of all, how can it be right that the world will recognize and remember the genius of Warren Zevon from "Werewolves of London" and not from the title track of his greatest album ever? Once you've heard this, check out "Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner." It's almost as good as "Excitable Boy." Almost. reading Greek Mythology and Excitable Boys