Thanksgiving is tomorrow, and the end of 2017 is just a few naps away. I can’t believe 2018 is almost here. This year has been a tough one, a scary one, but also a very, very good one. I have
A coffee cup is a sneaky thing. It escapes my clutches, either dashing with all its caffeinated sweetness, charging the barrier that it (was?) my laptop, or disappearing from the spot I had laid it down just a moment before.
To our Veterans and to their families, I say thank you.
For the rest of us, may we truly support our troops.
Dental insurance puzzles me. The medical community knows that poor dental health leads to poor medical health: infections, bone loss, and gum disease are often harbingers of even worse health conditions. They’ve been linked to heart disease, “thickness in the
It is officially Fall in South Mississippi. And by Fall, I mean that the temperatures—just this week—finally fell below high 80’s during the day. Sure, I’ll blink twice and the heat will return, but for now, it’s Fall. It’s
Last weekend was a crazy one. But good. Really, really good. My girl had some friends in from out of town, and we took in the Equality Fest, a well-known restaurant on the water, and card games, all of which
Maybe it’s just me, but there’s only so much catastrophe I can take before my brain ceases processing new information. I had the excuse of a dying, dying, dead laptop (I won’t cop to first degree murder, but I’m
So I killed my new laptop. Less than two weeks after bringing her home (awww, and adoption!), I tripped with an Italian sweet creme-laced coffee a good six feet from my open laptop and killed it to death. I had