Note to self: It's okay to let your anger take the best of you at times. It may just pay off nicely. That's what I learned while watching Wally handle what could have been a disaster. It was that bugs were hounding our warehouse, bound in abundance to our walls and floors like I had … Continue reading Flies on the wall
I've been thinking long and hard about how far I am willing to go with my blog. For those of you who have been reading for a while, you know that I am very careful about confidentiality. You don't know where I live. You don't know my name. In fact, maybe all of the characters … Continue reading Wally for city council!
The air conditioning is broken. It won't shut off. It's like a box at the top of the wall right next to Wally's office. In the evening we shut it off with a remote controller, but the batteries in it died and we didn't have anymore, so Barndale and I decided to grab a ladder, … Continue reading Darn cold
*This post is a continuation of part 1.* I found myself propped up anew on a very tribal-looking yet very comfy couch. The woman continued to look at me with the strangest grin as she flicked on the room's two coconut-themed lamps. She was clearly going for some tropical motif, but it felt more like … Continue reading I do not currently know where I am – Pt. 2
Good morning. I assume it's the morning anyway. I can't see outside. I'm sorry I haven't blogged in a while. I've been really busy the last few weeks, eating, drinking, sleeping, getting kidnapped, and having to bring the car in to get repaired. Note: That's not a chronological list. I was on my way home from … Continue reading I do not currently know where I am – Pt. 1
Ad Nauseam, adv/n adv: Describing that which has been repeated so often that it has become irritating n: A mental disorder brought upon by overly repetitive activities, including; but not limited to; work, school, and professional wrestling Do your daily activities seem pointless? Does your willpower seem to diminish severely by the end of … Continue reading Are you suffering from Ad Nauseam?
I've had a very long day, longer than I would have preferred or could have prepared for. It's involved several forms of transportation across the state and away from work, which sounds like a relief until you realize that I was on an absolutely unnecessary business trip that involved too many hospitals of the same … Continue reading Three St. Andrew’s Hospitals too many, a Tragedy in one act