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I like iced tea. In fact, other than water and a couple of different fruit juices mixed with water, iced tea is all I drink. Occasionally I brew it myself from tea bags and then add ice. Okay, truth? By “occasionally”, I mean maybe twice a year…but I have honorable intentions. When I was a… Read More Use The Iced Tea Spoon
The world is full of a lot of information these days. It’s easy to get overloaded. I did. Please enjoy my stick figure look at some things I did to start enjoying my world of information again! Happy January New Start Month!
I hope you enjoy my short stick figure tribute to the lifespan of the Christmas decorating season! Merry Christmas!
I love radio. I love drawing stick figures. These two worlds have now collided in my head resulting in what will from this point forward be known in the annals of stick figure history as the “Super Trilogy”. Three videos: two starring superheroes of radio and the other spotlighting a mumbleoke superstar. I’ve been listening… Read More Stick Figures In Radio Land
You know that feeling when you’re laying in bed at 11:00 p.m. thinking… Did I lock the door? I probably locked the door. Why wouldn’t I have locked the door? I always lock the door. I’m sure I locked the door. Then at 11:22 p.m. you open your eyes and think… But what if I… Read More The 9 Stages of Discovering My Breast Lump
Welcome to March Madness! I thought the world might like a glimpse into how a scientific-minded, sports-knowledgeable person goes about filling out their NCAA Basketball Bracket. I don’t know any people like that, so instead I’m giving you a glimpse into how I made my Round of 64 picks this year. Come journey with me… Read More My March Madness Bracket: Gonzo, Team Bates, Justin Timberlake, and Too Many Cats
I’ve been sick going on eight weeks now. Fifty-seven fun-filled days and nights of sore throats, swollen tonsils, fevers, headaches, joint pain, exhaustion…yep, it’s been a real party. In an effort to try to keep a positive attitude even when I feel lousy, I decided laughter is often the best medicine. So, on the nights… Read More When Germs Attack
One minute you’re driving home from work, listening to the radio and planning what to have for dinner, the next you’re pulled onto the side of the road, taking pictures of what used to be your car’s bumper and exchanging every number that’s ever been assigned to you and your vehicle with a stranger. Last… Read More Back Off My Bumper
Is there anything to compare to those first fresh days of Spring after a long cold Winter? The warm breezes, the shining sun, your overconfidence in your gardening abilities and your unrealistic expectations for your commitment to working outdoors all Summer long? As we head into the first days of Autumn, I look back at… Read More Super Plant Lady
Who hasn’t wanted to grab two fistfuls of food and swing upside down from the cafeteria salad bar while you stuff your face? What? No one? Yeah. Me neither. But, Winston the Squirrel loves to ride his gravy train like a spinning disco ball in the middle of a Prince song! A few weeks ago,… Read More This Squirrel’s Gonna Party Like It’s 1999!
Sometimes going to the doctor can be all kinds of awkward. I know we’re all just human beings with the same general parts and afflictions, but whether we admit it or not, the whole deal is a bit awkward, no matter how much the nice doctor, nurse, and staff are trying to make you feel… Read More Am I Right, Ladies?
I never went to summer camp as a kid. When I was young, I played outdoors all summer long, all day, every day, with the kids on my block. When I was older, I played organized sports all summer long. Summer camp was my idea of a hazy, unknown, sleep-away nightmare. Certain to be nothing… Read More My Definition Of Summer Camp
The early morning practices, arriving in the dark. Shooting threes in the gym until my fingers bled. The pain and glory of my Junior High basketball career has finally brought me to this point, this pinnacle of my life in basketball. I’m having a BLAST cheering on the Creighton Bluejays Basketball team from the comfort… Read More I Finally Found Where My Basketball Skills Were Meant To Shine: On My Couch
Sweatpants. Other than “nap”, “pizza”, and “chocolate”, few words have the ability to bring the type of joy to me that “sweatpants” does. Sweatpants mean comfort, relaxation, warmth, and comfort. Did I say that already? When I walk in the door of my house, I take off my shoes and coat and walk directly to… Read More What Your Teenage Self Didn’t Know About The Person You’ve Become