Just as it says, a catch all for general topics.
I wait a lot, I wait in lines, in traffic. I wait in the grocery store and at the gas pumps, I wait for my wife, my kids and sometimes my dogs. We all seem to spend a great deal of time waiting. What… Continue Reading “Waiting… for Something?”
Not a clue what “F” should be for this 2022’s A to Z Challenge. could be Felgercarb, or Fiddlesticks. Field Rations or Fig Newtons, perhaps even floccinaucinihilipilification: noun; Rare. the estimation of something as valueless (encountered mainly as an example of one of the… Continue Reading ““F” Could be almost anything floccinaucinihilipilification”
Well, this one should ramble far afield. I mean sure, education should be easy right. We all think education is good, but is it? is it really, I don’t know anymore. I had a teacher in High School who used to say The masses… Continue Reading “Education and Me…also you!”
Yep, we all have to make them. Decisions. how do we make them, why do we make them, what do we make of them after all is said and done. well here we go, I’ve decided that today on the A to Z Challenge… Continue Reading “Decisions, Decisions…”
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