Okay, Woman Impossible! Come out from behind that seaweed mask. We know you’re in there. Come out with your hands waving and your feet dancing. Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for August, 2012
What is it about Woman Impossible that gets us in?
How would life be if you could sail above your stresses?
Think stress think negative. Stress for most of us means pressure and all the yucky stuff that dealing with difficulties demands. But a more rounded way of looking at stress might help us handle it better. Read the rest of this entry »
What did your Dad have? Mine had a wooden leg!
No kidding, my Dad really had a wooden leg. Actually, he had a few. Some were fiberglass. But most were wood. Made from lacquered pine and fitted with leather and brass hinges, they certainly made a statement. Read the rest of this entry »
Some things aren't worth the paper they're printed on.
How’s this, “I truly appreciate this post. I have been looking everywhere for this. Thank goodness I found it on Bing”? Or, how about, “I really appreciate this post. I have been looking all over for this.Thank goodness I found it on Yahoo”? Read the rest of this entry »
Have you ever felt the effects of ageism in jobseeking?
What does ageism in job search terms mean? Only that: “You’re too old”, “You’re a bit young”, or “Actually we were looking for somebody experienced, not geriatric!” Read the rest of this entry »
Can you be really be happy though miserable?
Can you be happy though miserable at the same time? Plenty of people feel that way. They’re compelled to wear a happy mask. But underneath? Well, a good many say they’re living out a routine of misery. So how can life ever end this way? Read the rest of this entry »
Just how orthodox are these Orthodox Church bulletin bloopers?
What do the Greek Orthodox Church and bulletin bloopers have to do with each other? Not a lot really. After all, they could have appeared in any church newsletter (and somehow, I suspect they did). But, regardless whether they are Greek Orthodox or not, these unintended bulletin ambiguities appeared in my email today and gave me a smile. I hope they do for you too… Read the rest of this entry »
What do we stand to risk with a fake doctor note?
Come on, we know about that fake Dr note! Yes, yes, the one you wrote when you couldn’t get in to see your doctor in time… What’s that? You’ve never made a fake Dr note? No I didn’t think so. It’s a pretty ridiculous thing to do. Come to think of, who on Earth would? Read the rest of this entry »
What do personals "casual encounters in your area" tell us?
In tiny writing the words “personals: casual encounters” in your area shouts out. Scroll down the list in any newspaper or classifieds site online and you’ll see a side of life that’s surprisingly frank. Read the rest of this entry »