Feel free to pass it along if you know anyone this describes

October 24th, 2014, 7:47 AM by Goddess

When people can’t follow a set of steps … the same set of steps … the same set of steps they have followed daily for three weeks …

When they forget the same steps every night …

Or remember a step after missing it three times but then forget another step …

And then ADD NONSENSICAL STEPS …

You have to wonder …

How do they get home at night? Honestly?

How do they get in their car, fire up the ignition, get out of their parking spot, find the freeway, remember their exit and REMEMBER THEIR HOUSE?

Mom said to pay attention to their clothing from day to day. Because they may not, in fact, make it home at all and could very well have missed the step where they exit the parking lot in the first place.



QOTD

October 23rd, 2014, 1:14 PM by Goddess

“If I can spell ‘orgasm’ correctly while I’m having one, you can hit spell check, motherfucker.”



Aside

October 22nd, 2014, 1:30 PM by Goddess

Among many “awesome” things people do is to send me something completely late and then IM me, “Item Sent.”

I’m about to IM back, “Parade Thrown.”

Of course, that would imply, “Shit Given.” And I can’t have them thinking that!



Why yes I AM kind of awesome sometimes

October 22nd, 2014, 8:22 AM by Goddess

You know it’s going to be a good day when you sneak in a song lyric to a horrific article that you made readable, and your favorite copywriter calls to tell you how absolutely awesome you are.

Just finished the Ceremonial Reading of the To-Do List (should I pen CRTDL as a “thing”?) and wondered whether anybody realizes that, for each thing I do tick off, there are about 47 steps behind each.

So, it’s nice when one of those little things you do to make things suck a little less for yourself actually brightens someone else’s day.



Aside

October 21st, 2014, 11:12 AM by Goddess

I have this mountain of busy work I know I need to push off. MOUNTAIN.

But given it would take just as many hours of training (cough *undoing*) as it would to edit 2,160 WordPress articles, I think I’m going to have a nice mindless afternoon.