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There's no place like home If you had the opportunity to live a nomadic life, traveling from place to place, would you do it? Do you need a home base? What makes a place "home" for you? Well, this is a alarmingly similar prompt to the other nomadic inquest. No, I don't want to roam … Continue reading 365: Day 15- Little baby girl
This is day 3 of a year long trip through a WordPress prompt list. If you could live a nomadic life, would you? Where would you go? How would you decide? What would life be like without a "home base"? I do like the idea of a really long vacation, but I don't know if … Continue reading 365: Day 3- Nomad time
Note: This is the ambitious beginning of a daily response to a daily writing prompt. This prompt comes from the Editors of our very own WordPress. When I look in the mirror, I initially don’t pay it any mind. It is the morning, and I have to get ready for work. The mirror confirms that … Continue reading 365: Day 1 (July 5th)
I think business schools should recruit professors from greeting card companies. 5.99 for a card for a holiday they probably created. I can't wait to see how much the card for Second Cousin's Day costs. We are obligated to respond, like lemmings. Stimulus elicits response. Christmas is here. Buy presents. Valentine's Day is here. Buy … Continue reading Mother’s Day
via Daily Prompt: Recharge Recharge suggests recurrence. Somehow, at this moment, the very word itself is bothering me. Charge is a powerful word. It is a word of action and defiance. It is a word of powerful commerce and imperious command. Recharge is a word of novelty batteries and colloquial convalescence. It bears an unfortunate … Continue reading Daily Prompt: Recharge
School is back from the summer, and it has brought me with it. My classes are here full and brimming with anticipation. I decided to start off with a question to my students. "Why did you step in?" Meaning: Why did you willfully transport yourself from the highway of the hall to the my way … Continue reading We don’t Need no Education
Michael Scott/Steve Carell The great men of our time are few and far between. This is between.
That is the most important thing I learned in journey through the turbulent waters of mental health.
I am looking at a little baby girl, right now. She is squinting with a toothy grin and holding her peanut butter jelly sandwich, aloft, in exultation. She is merely the product of competitive traits edging each other out over millions of years. Her physiology is sufficient to support accelerated intellectual processes that will render … Continue reading Atheists are for Real. I think.