We had a thing this morning.
Some parental stress that could have been, and should have been, alleviated.
Welcome to the nuthouse! Is this why you read here? To witness family drama in all its glory?
Well you’ve come to the right place. Plenty of drama and neurosis available free of charge, right here on WoW. 😛 Continue reading “Monday morning nuttiness”
I used to consume the news every morning over coffee. I’d supplement the broadcast on TV by googling the stories that interested me on my phone, and then I’d get on with my day.
I still do this occasionally, but I tend to stick with a morning show that tells me pertinent information affecting me directly (weather, snow day school closures, transit delays, that sort of thing) rather than the more analytical, opinionated stories that require too much mental power to digest during the first coffee of the day. So a local TV breakfast show rather than a national overview.
Know what I mean?
There’s plenty of time to seek out the national and international news during another part of the day. If at all.
Sometimes however, I may just scan some headlines to get a quick fix; a sort of ‘satisfy my curiosity about x and y without too much detail’. In those circumstances, I tend to ask myself questions but then hesitate to delve deeper to find out more. You know, like this: Continue reading “News, social media and the drama of the day”
Sometimes it feels like I’m moonlighting at a prison. That’s how many keys I have on my key ring.
There’s my three keys for the house. And the three keys for my parents house. And the key for the dog’s house that I sometimes sit. And the two car keys, with one of them having a separate car door opener beeper thingy. And because the van key automatic door opener beeper thingy is not working I had an extra key on the ring, as well. AND, a separate house door key on a separate ring with a key chain in the shape of a hockey puck (because that’s just the way the cookie crumbles in this house).
My partner’s key ring has four keys on it. Continue reading “Keys”