A Moment with Domestic Incompetence // #1

I don't think I've ever used a can opener with any kind of confidence or skill.  It's maddening.  I always feel like I just woke up after the Zombie/Nuclear/Plague/Religious Apocalypse, and am trying my best to open a bloated, mystery metal can with a rock, a twig, and a tailpipe from an abandoned Toyota Camry, … Continue reading A Moment with Domestic Incompetence // #1

Workplace Observation #2

We have one of those fancy lamination machines at work, those contraptions which heat-press plastic over sheets of paper to protect and preserve them against the elements, such as dirt and grime, helping to eliminate wrinkling and curling. Someone has printed out the machine's instruction page and placed it next to the machine, where it … Continue reading Workplace Observation #2

Remembering the Fallen (No, sorry, not that – title needs work, but . . .)

We wrap our vacation up today and head back to the great state of Kentucky (where we will revel in all of the humidity we've come to love about Florida with none of that healing, magical salted air from the stunning ocean to distract us). I like to think that we always do what we … Continue reading Remembering the Fallen (No, sorry, not that – title needs work, but . . .)