Let me start off by saying (again) all I want to do is walk. Well, walk and get credit, so to speak, for walking. In other words, I just want to measure my distance per walk and see how far I’ve gone and set goals about how far I want to go. That’s all. In order to do this, I need a device to measure my distance. Seems simple enough, or so I thought. But nothing is really that simple, right?
There is always something to do. The best way to handle it is to not think about it. Continue reading
I understand not everyone gets my humor. But trust me, I’m hilarious and witty. Continue reading
A day off
to rest from work.
But my to-do list
is quite long;
I should not shirk. Continue reading
Say, that’s a great idea!
Not to boast,
but that thought surely
is better than most. Continue reading
The moments are becoming more frequent that I know better. I just don’t care enough to do anything about it. It’s fine. It will all be fine. Continue reading
I don’t know what this means. It’s one of those I came up with after a walk and it sounded a bit more profound in my head. Perhaps you can determine a deeper meaning? Continue reading
To be honest, I think the act of ironing is dying. I don’t know a lot of people that still do it. But wrinkly clothes bugs me. I painstakingly take the time once a week to tediously iron work shirts and pants before I stuff them in my crowded closet. Continue reading
The other day I used my phone to Google something. My previous search item popped up. Hmm. If anyone else would peek at my searches I might get mocked. I’m sure I had a good reason to search Oompa Loompas, I just can’t remember what that reason was. Continue reading
I went for a walk
down the long and dusty road
thinking and pondering
about my life’s unique load. Continue reading