You’ve never seen anyone dance before? Well, get used to it. The singing, too, because I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. When the mood strikes I go with it. It might appear I’m having a seizure or sound as though I’m in pain, but I’m not. What I’m doing is ignoring you and your stuffy … Continue reading and what are you staring at?
Acrophobia, for you sane, well-adjusted types, is a fear of heights. A deep, abiding, knee-knocking, mortal aversion to altitudes above sea level. So what could possess me to scamper out onto my balcony, 110 feet straight up (assuming a mean height of ten feet per floor)? Just one thing I can think of: a soft, … Continue reading acrophobic on an 11th floor balcony
As he does in the aftermath of unsettling world events, the President of the United States fled to twitter and shot off a typically self-involved message. As a human being, Mr. Trump is dreadful. As a politician, however, he’s a flaming catastrophe. His moral outrage would carry a lot more weight if he had some … Continue reading mr. trump responds
Inside my comically stunted skull a mammoth headache has been hunkered for two days. The size and intensity suggest some type of explosion occurred, a significant one similar to the Big Bang. Neurons and cells and tissue bits are yet flying apart in there, crashing and tumbling and acting as irresistible forces meeting the immovable … Continue reading speaking of heads
Finally. Welcome to Memorial Day, boys and girls, the most delightful damn day of the calendar year. The pools are open and churning with water! Summer is indeed upon us. I live for this day. It’s better than Halloween, April Fools, even Christmas. It’s a day to be warm, basking under a golden sun and weightlessly … Continue reading we are here