Weekly Update of I’m Old and Loving Every Minute of It

[I would love to stick a catchy tune here. But I’d rather play Baby’s in Black on ukulele for E than compose anything, so. *insert catchy update alerting music*] WRITING omg. I’m working on a first draft of something. It’s painful but fun. Also still working on my mammogram essay, which is hi-larious since I … More Weekly Update of I’m Old and Loving Every Minute of It


Apparently* John Oliver already gave this show what-for on Last Week Tonight, but I caught it for the first time this weekend, while snuggling E to napland. It’s called The Inspectors, and it’s about “the criminal investigations of postal inspectors,”** specifically one postal inspector, her team/friends, her son, and his friends. Here, taste the magnificent levels … More MAILED it.

Streaming Infinities

ENDLESS SCREAMING So stressed out by the news and twitter that I watched a bunch of Midsomer Murders while galloping around the room, chased by E in his gait trainer.* That show is so soothing. All the blood and stiff set-downs and weird kinky country secrets are nevertheless followed by John Nettles gritting his teeth and … More Streaming Infinities

Sooooo Many Tomatoes

YES, HERE IS ANOTHER PRODUCE PIC Fine, the above-pictured six tomatoes is not “sooooo” many, but you should see the plants! Also, six is more than I generally buy in one shopping session. So far we’ve made chili, tomato sauce, stuffed peppers, and BLTs, and frankly, I like to eat the heirlooms in big fat … More Sooooo Many Tomatoes

Small Rebellion

I turned off all of the everything on FB. I opened the site, and immediately a pic swam to the top of my feed. It doesn’t matter who and what it was — all that matters is I looked at it, and I thought, in the manner of most FB users, probably: Wow. That makes me … More Small Rebellion

Who Watches the Watchers Who Are Watching (But Not During DINNERTIME)

We are having some tough times here at the homefront, so instead I’m going to write about stuff I am watching. A and I decided that we’d stop watching TV with dinner, because we have a child and a family and now, as Kramer once said, it’s Dinner Time. We still watch stuff after E goes to … More Who Watches the Watchers Who Are Watching (But Not During DINNERTIME)