“You” is a psychological thriller streaming on Netflix about a bookstore owner who falls in love with a woman and obsessively starts stalking her. Much of the story takes place from the stalker’s sick point of view, but regardless his character (Joe Goldberg) is so likable that viewers of the show have claimed that he’s […]

I went to my work holiday party and it was not horrible. Though, the day prior to the event, and leading up to when I arrived, I felt all twisty inside my guts. This was the second party I attended in the last decade (I think?). Unless you count group meetings at church events or […]

Mom, all your expressions are Millenial expressions. No one my age says those things. – my Gen Z daughter Oh my god. I’m so out of touch. To me “Millenial” is young. Sigh. Oof! (I haven’t figured out what this one means because it’s used in so many different contexts). ~Quixe, Baby Gen X’er

2017 was difficult but I could be proud of it and of myself for the progress made. 2018 was a much different year. In sum: 2018’s been a shit year. Oh yay, Quix – thanks for the uplifting post! It started with unprecedented blizzardy weather. Our area is not prepared for snow that exceeds half […]

I’m tired. I’m cranky. I’m working forced overtime, my kids are needy, and I talk with at least 65 callers a day in a customer service capacity. So when I go to the grocery store I do not want people hovering over me. I decided to check out the new grocery store down the road. […]

Upon contemplating my last post I realize that my conflicted emotions about the #exvangelical movement stem largely from bitterness. Yep, I try to take ownership of my feelings even if they are considered negative. I’m going to see if I can unpack the bitter feelings as this response was surprising to me. From the get-go, […]