I resemble this remark!
In your face Kale….
Hello everyone, I hope all is well with you. I know I didn’t write a post this week and I apologize. I attended a writing conference last weekend and I have a pinched nerve in my neck at the moment, so sitting at the computer is painful. However, it’s getting better and I should have a post up for next week. So, instead of a post, I’m offering you a chuckle. 😉 I hope you’re all having a great week!
To all you Dad’s out there! Celebrate your day!
Hello everyone, I hope all is well with you. Today, I thought I’d write a post about addiction. Now, this isn’t any kind of normal addiction like a drug or alcohol addiction. This addiction is what we call a NETFLIX addiction. It’s hard to tell if a loved one has this addiction so, I thought I’d post some symptoms and that way, you’d be able to help those loved ones who can’t help themselves. So, without further ado, here we go.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you’ve developed carpel tunnel syndrome from operating the remote and you’ve gained ten pounds.
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You might be addicted to Netflix if you can reenact whole scenes from “The Office” with the TV off.
You may be addicted to NETFLIX if you’ve watched “The Tiger King” in its entirety.
You may be addicted to NETFLIX if you believe Dwight Schrute is a real person.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you think a mullet is a current fashion statement.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if moving to the Ozarks and laundering money for the drug cartel is a viable career choice.
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You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you have the sudden urge to buy tigers and open your very own petting zoo.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you want to dress up for Halloween as Joe Exotic.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you want to introduce your neighbor who mows his lawn at seven in the morning wearing his black knee socks to Carol Baskin.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you’re considering cooking meth in an RV in your underwear as a way to make some extra cash.
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you end another person’s sentence with “that’s what she said.”
You might be addicted to NETFLIX if you believe Michael Scarn Threat Level Midnight is a real movie.
You may be addicted to NETFLIX if you’re considering changing your last name to Heisenberg.
Thanks for stopping by and reading my addiction to NETFLIX post. Do you have any symptoms to add? Leave them in the comments! I’d love to hear from you!
Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving! I’m grateful for all of you!
Just thought I’d share this with all the Moms out there!
I hope you enjoy time with family and friends. Stay safe!
Hello everyone, I hope all is well with you. I’m back today after a busy week of Christmas shopping, Christmas concerts, writing, and working. It feels good to sit down and catch my breath. I love the Christmas season, but it does wear me out.
One day while I was standing in one of the many lines waiting to check out, my mind began to wander and this question floated to the surface of my brain: Are humans supposed to hibernate?
As I slowly moved forward, the wheels in my brain started to turn. I don’t know about you but when winter hits, it’s harder for me to get up in the morning and I want to go to bed earlier at night.
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This increased need for sleep has me thinking that us humans may be fighting our natural instinct to hibernate in the winter like so many animals do. Not only animals but plants, too. Many of them become dormant in the winter and start growing again in the spring.
It makes me wonder if the world would be a better place if we all just slowed down and took a long winter’s nap. Maybe that’s the natural order of things, and we’re going against the grain. That’s why everyone’s so grumpy. It’s possible, don’t you think?
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A winter’s nap would cure many things. For example, road rage. If we hibernate in the winter everyone would be getting enough sleep. People would be less likely to fly off the handle when they’re on the road.
It would be the cure for Seasonal Affective Disorder. This disorder is a form of depression that’s triggered by the changing seasons. Mainly winter. Maybe we’re getting depressed because we’re supposed to be sleeping during this time instead of slogging around in the slush and snow.
I wonder how it would affect our economy if we were to sleep during the long winter months. I know my first thought is it would hurt us. It makes sense if we weren’t producing we wouldn’t have any product to sell, but on closer inspection I think it would actually help us.
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Why? Because we’d have to work with our competitors. After all, every continent experiences winter at a different time. While one is sleeping the other could be going into high production mode and produce goods and services for the one continent that’s in hibernation mode.
We’d have to communicate and rely on our fellow earth dwellers. We’d have to cooperate, eliminating competition. Global cooperation. Now that’s a goal worth striving for, don’t you think?
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I know what you’re thinking, what about those countries that don’t have winter? It’s true some don’t have quite as dramatic changes in season as others, but they all experience times when days are shorter than others. So, they are affected as well, just not to the same degree as other continents. So, it could still work.
Hibernation. Maybe those wild woodland animals are on to something. Could it really be that simple?
Thanks for stopping by and reading my post. What do you think? Could hibernation be the answer to our global unrest? Leave a comment. I’d love to hear from you!