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Depending on your religious affiliation or celebration preferences, I wanted to wish you all a Happy . . . "National Candy-for-Breakfast" Day! or "Dental-Professional-Boat-Down-Payment" Day! or "I can't go to school, I feel horrible!" Day! or "The skeleton and half-rotted pumpkin sitting on my porch look a bit beyond creepy now" Day! or "Can I listen to Christmas … Continue reading Holidays

A magical time to be alive

My wife and I recently visited the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC.  What a grand and beautiful place. And a great reminder that the late 1800s would have been a MAGICAL time to be alive. Until you got a toothache or an infected toenail and ended up dying in a fevered sweat on one of … Continue reading A magical time to be alive

The Cabinet (aka: 40by40 Admission of Failure)

I didn’t make the 40 posts by my 40th birthday, a fact which surprises no one and for which many are rejoicing.  I did, however, write one further (insufferably long and possibly rambling) post before I ride off into the sunset to shop for a recliner with plenty of lower back support and to find a … Continue reading The Cabinet (aka: 40by40 Admission of Failure)

Password Fatigue – 40by40

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

The Auctioneer – 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

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perfecting language on paper

unbolt me

the literary asylum


reflections on a passing life

Love Travelling

Travel diaries providing inspiration for planning the perfect trip

Delusions of Pretension

Scattered Ramblings on Pointlessness

Messy Mapmaker

Searching Through the Pile of To-Do Lists to See What's Coming Next


humor. storytelling. general stupidity.

Jarrad Saul

Travel and Lifestyle: Jarrad Style

Rachel Being Chatty

Now featuring 15% more sarcasm.

Heartstring Eulogies

Conjured by Sarah Doughty

cancer killing recipe

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The Second-Rate Scientist

The life and times of a man not great at his day job.


On the quest to live an interesting life.

Leo Laporte

Broadcaster, podcaster, tech pundit. Founder, TWiT Netcast Network. The Tech Guy on the Premiere radio network

The Captain's Speech

Something to discuss at the dinner table.

Frank Solanki

If you want to be a hero well just follow me

Pete Hillman's Nature Photography

Photographing the beauty and wonder of Staffordshire wildlife and more

comically quirky

a twist of witty humor


World through my lens


Oh! Take a shit, read a story. - My Mother on flash fiction

J. A. Allen

Scribbles on Cocktail Napkins


Mental health news, reviews and all things funny.

Ben's Bitter Blog

"We make bitter better."


Shortness of Breadth

A Word Of Substance

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