My Daughter Asked My Opinion.

My eldest child asked for a meeting. My husband told me it was about cosplay so I prepared the following speech for her. Cosplay is wrong. Cosplay involves wearing costumes and pretending to be someone else. Pretending is lying and lying along with all other forms of deception is evil. Take, for a prime example, … Continue reading My Daughter Asked My Opinion.

Been Busy 4 Solutions

So sorry guys, this has not been a deliberate taunt. It would have been a really good one. Outline a sad problem, promise a solution, then go silent. It's a funny idea but I wouldn't actually do that to you. I mean, would enough people even notice. If you don't know what on Earth I'm … Continue reading Been Busy 4 Solutions

Been Busy

I haven't written for a while. And its not because I got distracted by the follow button and tried to follow myself instead of pushing the write button. I have only wasted short amounts of time whenever I do this. Perhaps I should have followed through. After all I may enjoy reading what I wrote, … Continue reading Been Busy

The Difference

Hello folks, another exercise for my writing group; find links between 2 disparate things and then write something comedic. Not an original idea of mine, a long time comedy staple. But after all its important to remember the classics. Guess which two I was writing about: It’s Little Eddie’s first day. The big car drops … Continue reading The Difference

Confusing Critic

Recently my mother said something unexpected, "You should do stand up comedy." My ego soared but then something occurred, "But you don't like my comedy." In fact once, I may have mentioned this before, I read her a monologue that I had written for an open mike thing and she got really grumpy and complained … Continue reading Confusing Critic

De Railed Part 5 and thank goodness the end of the line.

Okay so maybe something went a little wrong yesterday but on a happy note some of the biscuits (cookies) made it to my mother in law's house. And many made it home again because our cousin can't eat gluten. Not in a faddish way, in the has the genuine medical problem sensible way. So in … Continue reading De Railed Part 5 and thank goodness the end of the line.

De Railed Part 3.

I'm in an anxious, active kind of mood today so I may actually stick close to topic and even finish. No it is not already finished. No you have to keep reading. You do have to keep reading, I know where you live. You know I have no idea where you live, don't you. And … Continue reading De Railed Part 3.

De Railed Part 2

If you remember yesterday I was blathering about trains and being nice to a person. If you don't remember look here. I don't really remember what I said. As a rule I try not to remember what I say, my mind needs to be free of the trivial and the absurd. That's why I can't … Continue reading De Railed Part 2

De Railed

Judging by the people I've talked to, a lot of autistic people like trains. I can see that. I mean the movement of a train is very soothing, in my experience the older the better. There's lots of traditions, lots of random groups of trivial facts, and cartoons, and murder mysteries, there's history, technology, science, … Continue reading De Railed