Dear Body, You and I have been at odds for a very long time, but I did feel as though we had reached an agreement in principal, if not in documentation: you don’t mess with me, I won’t mess with you. Might I remind you that a verbal agreement is binding in the State of
Monthly Archives: March 2010
Random Thought #1 Have you ever nearly taken out office-mates in a mad dash to see who could get the last ½ of a bagel that has been sitting in a box for 4 hours? There is something about free food, even leftovers, that makes individuals act like they’ve been stranded on an abandoned island
My birthday is tomorrow. I will be “old as ass”. So, on this night before I turn “old as ass”, I’ve curled up in the darkness to reflect upon my life with the ferocity usually reserved for New Year’s Eve. Naturally, my immediate thoughts return to my recent trip to New York—specifically, the final day.
Lest you believe that all I ever do is complain, I will now create an upside/downside list of my experiences thus far to bring some balance to the equation: Upside: TCA officer named Casey checked my boarding pass today. I should mention that Casey was very, very attractive. So if you are reading this Casey
I am sitting in the departure lounge thinking profound thoughts like: How often is the freeway closed at 4:30 in the morning? Wondering why I brought along a curling iron, and why it seemed lethal this morning? Upgrading my ticket might have been easier had all my ff miles not expired (probably yesterday). Is wondering
I lost a bet. No, not the one with God that has resulted in the life I’m currently leading. It started when I recklessly tried to employ irony, and ended when I foolishly agreed to go clubbing with LD. No, I’m not kidding. I’m now contractually obligated to go clubbing. And no, “clubbing” is not