Category: the resistance

Not only that, I broke his thumbs.

I’m having lots of fun with the camp kids.  S. taught us a type of meditation that focuses on breathing earlier.  Then I taught them how to solder.  I understand now why people choose to be teachers of children as a career.  I’d like to elaborate but lack the words.  We’re going on a nature […]

Because I’m single, I’m thin, and I’m neat.

The above Seinfeld quote cracks me up because I misinterpreted the intended meaning of “neat.”  I laugh anytime I hear someone refer to a personality as, neat.  The word, neato, if pronounced with the proper enthusiasm, can render me a quivering heap of giggles on the floor.  There are perks to having older siblings who […]

You’re not a little anything, Newman.

My mom taught me a trick when I was a young girl to help build up my confidence.  It involved visualizing what I want to change.  It helped with team sports.  (I still sucked, but I sucked confidently.)  I’ve decided to employ this technique with 45 and the complicit GOP members.  I plan on making a […]

Don’t think about the nose.

CW:  Ranty and sweary         I saw some alarming footage of 45 while overseas.  It’s not the first incident I’ve noticed.  I’ve been able to shrug it off before, but it’s adding up to a potentially horrible situation.  I think 45 is unwell.  (I’m a doctor, but not the type who can […]

It actually started with George and his mother.

I had an off day.  It’s still positive, though.  I recently followed an autistic activist who has since blown my mind with helpful information.  I’ve seen their posts in the past, but sporadically.  I thought I was already following them, but after I messed around building an app to help manage my account, I’ve experienced […]

Signals, Jerry. Signals.

This image was banned in Russia today.  Putin is terrified of homosexuality.  So weak and pathetic.  I’m disappointed by Putin.  I gave him undeserved credit as an evil mastermind when in actuality, he’s just another thug.  First, he decided to use 45.  Any plan that relies on 45 will fail.  45 is likely in the early […]

It’s not funny, Elaine.

I just wasted forty-seven minutes of my life removing a scab without hurling.  I’ll never get that time back.  It probably explains why I never considered a medical career.  It’s part of why I think nurses are remarkable, too.  While it symbolizes the day I’ve been having, I’m delightfully confident it’s better than the day […]