One of Seinfeld’s shticks is on the subject of getting rid of stuff so you can acquire more stuff. It’s a perpetual dance, isn’t it? We buy. We bring stuff home. We realize we have ten pounds of crap in a two-pound bag and we have to purge to make room for our newest acquisitions.
I saw this canvas print at Bed, Bath & Beyond and it spoke to me. It was an impulse buy. A good one. Because the wisdom herein has gotten me through a few narrow roads pocked with potholes and hairpin turns.
Sometimes life just comes full circle. This is one of those true-life stories–don’t let the name Mrs. Mouse make you think otherwise.
My husband had two days off in a row. Unusual for him. Wonderful for me. I miss the big guy when he works all the time. So, that morning, we looked out the patio door. Yup, it’s raining again. Driving, soaking, miserable, sopping rain. There’s been so much rain the first half of 2018, some … More Complaint Department: Closed
Unless you’ve been on a mountaintop without internet reception, you’ve probably heard the story earlier this summer of an UNEMPLOYED 30 year-old New York man who will not leave home. He’s been ensconced in his parents’ home for the last ten years RENT-FREE! His parents had to take him to court to get him out … More Check-Out Time at the Loser Hotel