I realise that I'm in a fortunate position in not having a mortal enemy in life, but sometimes I feel like you're not really living if you're without one. As such, I've decided that the person in charge of this sign is the antagonist in my life story. Barely a week goes by without my … Continue reading Baby A
My wife recently bought a new car and it's an interesting experience...psychologically. As I was playing the role of emotional supporter, I had a lot of time to wander around and fall in love with the shiny things. I wanted a toy of my own, even though spending that kind of money on something that's … Continue reading On Not Driving
You want a food-based nightmare? Sure, here you go. In Texas, your gelato eats you.
It's funny, or at least it can be made mildly amusing for the sake of a blog post: Jordan the tiny face-biter, Lectering her way around our apartment complex. The reality gets to be a little...stressful. She seems very very intent at getting very very close to anything that moves, and then hanging on with … Continue reading On Training Jordan, Part 1
I'm calling this as the Next Big Thing: after the home office, the standing desk, and all those other "advances" in working in an office, this has to be the best yet. The Outdoor Office. I don't actually know what's going on here, but there's clearly been a lot of filing done. And that's an … Continue reading Outdoor Office
As someone who works from home these days, I am largely free from workplace drama and craziness. But it hasn't always been the case. Craziest thing that happened at work? Well, there was the time when one co-worker found an actual tarantula in the parking lot. And captured it in a small container. And brought … Continue reading On Office Work
You know, if you wanted to make a blog out of "funny" photos, you would only have to spend an hour or so a week at Walmart and you'd be done. Top tip from humorous photo blogger, to you, for free.
We have words for so many different things in the modern world, but there doesn't seem to be enough words for the very specific types of fear I feel every day. Why isn't there a word for: the fear that comes when you realize you're halfway through walking your dog and you haven't brought a … Continue reading On Very Specific Types of Fear