Category Archives: Goal setting

Disco Duck & Sysco Chicken

Last night was the campus Navy Ball celebrating 244 years since the creation of the US Navy. The other branches also have balls, but I’m gonna have to build up my tolerance to dress uniform exposure. Too much finery might … Continue reading

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I’ve Had Worse

Is there more faint praise than I’ve Had Worse? It’s only Tuesday at 6:56 am, and that’s this week’s assessment– I’ve had worse. (Way, way, way worse.)  Nothing bad’s happening, just an accumulation of adulting that sucks the joy from the … Continue reading

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A Patch of Earth

This house I’m renting comes with a yard. I hacked the rosemary growing over the stairs and it nearly filled the recycle bin. Don’t worry. There’s plenty left. I decided that all I needed was a weedeater to deal with … Continue reading

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Note to Self: Don’t Listen to Me

Here’s the deal. Refined sugar is the devil and its evil tentacles are sprinkled everywhere. I don’t want to hear about moderation. That kind of quackery is for people who are building up a tolerance for arsenic or iocaine powder. … Continue reading

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Make It So

Several years ago when Louisiana was simultaneously flooding and on fire, I renounced any desire to be “the decider.” While I did retain the right to proclaim that, “I’m not in charge,” which is passive-aggressive code for, “You’re not doing … Continue reading

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Halfway to Infinity

I joined a group called 12 Short Stories. You submit 1 a month and there’s a max limit of 1500 words. The prompt for the month of January was “No One Can Ever Know.” I wrote a story titled Halfway to … Continue reading

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That Time My Resolve Held

Today’s writing prompt is to write about resolutions kept. My problem with that is that several years ago I gave up resolutions for Lent and haven’t looked back. If resolutions are paper to-do lists, then I killed a forest conquering … Continue reading

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