You know a restaurant is too fancy when there are no paper napkins to spit your gum out on. This NEVER happens at McDonald’s. (Bottom of the table it is.)
If you're like most folks, these days, when more and more business is conducted online, you struggle with the sheer number of passwords that you're required to create and remember. If you’re like me, you often choose meaningful passwords, ones that are applicable to the current stage of life, but often even those expire, forcing … Continue reading Password Fatigue – 40by40
Went to an auction yesterday. Man, I wish I had the skills of that auctioneer! I feel like I could shut down nearly any argument my kids want to have with me. I’d make sure they couldn’t get a word in edgewise. “How many times did I tell you to pick up your socks? I … Continue reading The Auctioneer – 40by40
Considering we are a country which pioneered the technological marvel which is the automobile, we are surprisingly inept at merging.
Let's be honest: baths for children are a terrible idea. "You know son, about 80% of your body is covered with unspeakable filth. Why don’t we spread that around and make it an even hundred?" #40by40 Related Posts: On the Walking Heart Bath Night – #4 On Bath Night – #3 On Bath Night – … Continue reading Yet Another Bath Time Post – 40by40
I shared the (SOMEWHAT) tongue-in-cheek post which follows with my Facebook friends yesterday, as a sort of "last hurrah" post; I do plan to take some time off of my personal FB page, where I've done most of my "writing" the past few years, after my "milestone" birthday next week (a mostly random-if-symbolic, but ultimately … Continue reading 40 Posts by 40 Years Old (i.e. 6 days)
There’s a medical practice here in Louisville that specializes in a certain “medical issue” that is only applicable to men. They advertise quite frequently, boasting that they ONLY handle said issue. I won’t mention the issue specifically; those who live here will likely know the practice of which I speak, and others can use your imagination. … Continue reading An Unnecessary Moment with Unsolicited Medical Practice Advice from an Unqualified-Yet-Concerned Citizen // #1