Monthly Archives: September 2010

Oh (no) Sherrie

When you’re having a bad day (old medical problems sprung up again, hurrah), this picture does nothing to improve it. Steve Perry, nooo… Advertisements

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What’s worse than an underlined-to-death library book?

(uninsightful) COMMENTARY. It’s bad enough to have underlining from some stooge forcefully emphasizing where to place my reading focus, but writing in a library book drives me slightly cuckoo. And not just any writing, but the comments and drawings of … Continue reading

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The Worst

Aaand this is why I rarely buy concert tickets anymore. Thanks for trying to rape my wallet, ticketmaster.

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Beat Feet

A worksheet I used with adult clients who need a higher level of language therapy. Uh… pretty sure some full-functioning adults couldn’t answer a few of these. LUCKILY I look like a genius because I peek at the answers in … Continue reading

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Postcard Livin’

Back in the day I used to have pen pals (yes, plural), more so for myself to use my fun Korean stationery and card sets rather than to get some kind of long-lasting bosom buddy deal out of it. When … Continue reading

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Cabbage Patch Demons

Favorite myth-but-wish-it-were-true of the day, courtesy of Snopes: Claim: “Cabbage Patch dolls were designed to get people accustomed to the appearance of mutants following a thermonuclear war or were modeled upon mentally defective children.” Status: “False” (Aww) “One legend that … Continue reading

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The McFlys

I need this Kirk Demarais print. NEED it.

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