Not today, anyways. It is hard to even get myself to read anyone’s blog posts today. I peruse through them all hoping to find ones that might not end in April Fool’s. But almost every time, “Gotcha’, April Fools”. Ha Ha Ha. It’s not that I don’t like a good joke; you’re just not that funny. […]
Common sense debunks the popular phrase “Luck of the Irish”. But it’s ok if we are not lucky in life, because we are blessed with good friends and good drink to share it with!
Fact #3 is a cautionary fact. Ignore at your own peril. When coming to a four way stop, the Right of Way Knowledge of any vehicle possessing a smashed front end should be questioned.
Do your thing little Birdy! I dig what you’re putting down.
It’s been a real pity party at my house this week, I tell you what. So much has happened in such a short time, it really weighs on a girl’s heart to think about it all. Except the thing is, it didn’t all happen at one time. In that moment of sadness, it’s easy to […]
A little short story to help you find appreciation when you are in the dredges at work.
Oh No, No No Don’t put the…. Ugh! Magnets on the TV.
American History $atire is a common sense explanation of the American economic system; including the hysterical history behind this most cherished commodity.
A humbling harmony
An extended satire for Fun With Words; nail in the coffin ponders the possibilities of important supreme court cases.
Common words with a new twist. Just don’t expect this satire to be any less true or painful.
Originally posted on Free The Truth:
It was a very dark time. The housing bubble had just popped. Ragged bankers were crowding the streets with signs forecasting the end of days. The general public thought long and hard; recalling the compassion and reciprocity lenders had shown them in tough times. Out of the darkness a beautiful…
Originally posted on Jay Colby:
I just want to take this time to thank everyone who reads, subscribers and shares my site. I appreciate all the support and encouragement.I would love to read everyone’s blog, but I don’t always get a chance to read and follow everyone’s blog. So today I want to offer a…
A glimpse at the author of Free The Truth; Selfie, No Filter, gives it to you straight.
You can’t make this up folks. The true stories are always the funniest.
Every time I read a blogger’s post, I like to check out their About page. It gives me some insight into who they are and helps me connect with their writing. In the spirit of connecting with the author, I thought I might tell you a little bit about myself. I’ve been walking through life with […]
Parenting always starts with the best intentions. I’m going to limit screen time, spend quality time with my children every day, and cook homemade meals that are delicious and deceptively nutritious. Except there is just not enough time in the day and way too many shows to stream on Netflix. Myself, I am the queen of good intentions […]
I have always struggled with meditation. I know it is good for me so I keep practicing and experimenting with different poses to find something that will stick. Today I decided to meditate in my underwear. I’m tired of looking down at my body and feeling disgusted. My hope is that meditating naked will help me shed some insecurities. Plus, if […]
If only the national debt earned a penny every time the word Kardashian was used. The goal of this speech was to use rhetorical devices and vivid words to write for the ear. Inspired by classic children’s authors as well as some of my favorite political rappers; this speech was performed shortly before the 2016 presidential elections.
A new word, some new definitions, and a satire walk onto a type writer…….What do you get? A quick, witty, political quip called Wordsmith.
For everyone reading this blog while they are at work, you are not alone my friend.
The reason I am on this site and in this world; we miss you so much Dad!
Oh, the joys of motherhood. Daily living with Autism is akin to dancing on a majestic spectrum; complete with all the brilliant, absurd, and magical moments you would expect to experience at the end of a rainbow.