Poors need not apply

‘Do you have any sponsorship or intern opportunities for reduced admission in exchange for volunteer hours?’ ‘No, but there’s a raffle to refund one admission fee.’ ‘Sigh.’ Update: The refund raffle has ended. The new special is a two drinks at a Nashville bar. Even bigger sigh.

One year later

If you take one year off from your blog to decide if it should continue, then you may find yourself posting heavily on every other social media outlet. Lesson learned. In news that is far more interesting than dusting off my blog, there’s this:

NaBloPoMo 2017

11/1 Never stop playing – pictures can speak 1000 words 11/2 The night the lights went out on fb – How many memories are lost when we only post them on fb or twitter? 11/3 NaBloPoMo – in case it wasn’t obvious that my posting is heavy 11/4 Starbucks coloring cups – Sometimes I make […]

Nablopomo update

Daily posting is impossible. Some days I have time to write several posts, but there are days where my online activity is limited to looking at my cell phone while sitting in the car waiting for a child to finish their after school activity. Unless it moves to summer, this will be my last year […]

evolving nicknames

I need to update the nicknames that I use for the children. ‘Aspie Caveman’ no longer spends all of his days hiding in the basement. He works, goes out with friends, rides the bus and can be seen almost daily, walking on a road that I consider too dangerous for foot traffic. I’m really not […]

Anonymous

A group of people with the best of intentions have decided that the path to a more compassionate community begins with the unmasking of those who hide behind anonymous. I have been sent the petition quite a few times now, but I will not sign it. The very worst case example for maintaining the guise […]

Twitterings

Until I have the time to sit and write, last night’s Twitters: * Uggs and shorts at Pilot on Cumberland. #spring about 16 hours ago * Blazer, cut-offs and flip-flops on campus. #spring about 16 hours ago * This room is filled with middle-aged women and the temperature is about 80F. about 15 hours ago […]

Newscoma goes to Memphis

One of my favorite people, Newscoma, is spending some time studying Memphis politics and the colorful politicians who play the game. Her words make me giggle as I nod my head in agreement. “What I’m finding in Memphis, because I’m doing the same thing here I do at home and that’s just talk to people […]