Day 28 Prompt: “The Turning Point.” Two more days left of 30 Days of Writing, hosted by Nicky and Mike at We Work for Cheese. Please stop by the We Work for Cheese Emporium to link up or read other inmate posts. The Giant Fork in the Road ...―
Day 26 of 30 Days of Writing – Today’s Writing Prompt is “An Intervention.” Please swing by We Work for Cheese to link up or read other posts by the criminally insane. A Dramatization INT. LIVING ROOM – EVENING...―
Today’s writing prompt is Stiletto Heels. Day 23 of 30 Days of Writing from the catering staff @ We Work for Cheese. I’ll never wear stiletto heels because I’m such a klutz. Going stiletto would trip me up and put me in the ICU. That’s...―
I’m following Linda’s lead @ The Good, The Bad, The Worse and reposting my rapture rap for Day 22 of 30 days of Writing, the brainchild (or shock therapist) of the catering staff @ We Work for Cheese. Written on MAY 21, 2011 Revised on...―
For Your Prince of Darkness’ Judgment Day, Satan Goody Bags Personalized with a special message: “But by the envy of the devil, death came into the world.” - Book of Wisdom II. 24 That’s all she wrote. Day 21: ...―
Not to be confused with the other George who was curious. I don’t think camels are curious. From what I remember, which isn’t much, camels are nasty, as well as prolific spitters. Unless that was someone, I once worked with. Notice I...―
Based on the article, “The Awkwardness of the Common Banana,” by Lynn Plantain. Often referred to as the “leathery berry” or “elbow of the bract,” the common Banana has undergone many changes in cultural perception over the years. First...―
Helping widowed socks to get back on their feet again. Every ten seconds, a sock spouse experiences a devastating loss, a pair torn apart by a loved one missing or maimed, worn-out from too many hikes in the woods or spins in the dryer. Their ...―
In an earlier post I wrote about a missing avatar, I admitted I was HTML intolerant. All those #@$#!! letters rupture brainwaves and accelerate my pulse I can’t find when holding my wrist, a sign that I’m a neurotic hypochondriac, as well as...―
Ode to an Ill-Fitting Shoe Cursed is the foot that’s born too thin. Nary a shoe will the foot fit in. If the shoe is too wide, The foot will slide. If the shoe is too tight, A blister will smite. What in the world can a lady do To keep a ...―
Teleconfusion: An abnormal condition variously characterized by stupor, stereotypy, mania, and either rigidity or extreme flexibility of the limbs, resulting from watching too much television. You may have experienced one of the symptoms of...―
So last week I was craving a salad and I remembered what an amazing salad I had once at ...
After attempting to accept her fate in the strange fishbowl world, Kendíka decides ...
I just like to say “Shopability”! But retailers today need to be able to say ...