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Today my granddad died. We were pretty close. He was 96 and was in good health until a couple of weeks ago. He developed a UTI and during the treatment his doctor found a mass on his bladder. He went catatonic for a couple hours one day, believing himself to be a POW. He got […]

Because I don’t want to have to share the disappointing news: I had to drop out of my school program. It was the right decision. I’m confident about that, so I have little regret. For once, I didn’t waffle with a decision. I’ve got an irrational fear of acting impulsively because in my distant past […]

***WARNING: Friends, this post contains graphic descriptions and discussion of violence, suicide, mental health, and spiritual abuse. If you are not in the place where you can read this please don’t. I don’t want to cause any harm.*** If you want to proceed continue below: *** *** I found out last night that a friend […]

I go the speed limit. Sometimes slightly less, sometimes slightly more (within 5 mph). The slightly more is illegal. It could get me a speeding ticket. It hasn’t yet, likely because everyone around me is going at least 10 over. At all times, every part of the day. And the way people drive you’d think […]

Hi friends! Somehow I published a draft post last night from many months ago about a former coworker having been busted for drugs. My draft unexpectedly publishing has happened to me before and, oddly, I had not even been looking at that draft post – it was way down on the list of drafts – […]

I’ve been flying more than usual: 4 flights in the last week or so, with 2 more coming up later this week. I’ve been visiting family to recuperate from the year+ of toxicity at my place of employment. During my first flight, I had a seat to myself near the wing of the plane. This […]

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