This satire shows another side to the heartbreak of plagiarism. One you might not have thought of until walking in someone else’s ripped off shoes.
Shallow reflections goes undercover with this story about jury duty. She knows what she is talking about since this is how she spent her summer vacation. Almost.
Where do I turn for a solution to mealtime planning in the summer when I don’t want to cook? The answer is trapped in a plastic container and this post describes my efforts to release it from captivity.
Donna Cavanagh has written a fantastic book for humor writers entitled, How to Write and Share Humor: Techniques to Tickle Funny bones and Win Fans. I not only endorse this book with all of my shallow heart, I also participated in the book’s world tour by introducing it to the beautiful city of Bangor, Maine. Join me for this unique and hilarious tour.
I’m excited to have a new-er car, but even more excited about finding the perfect vanity plate for it. I considered many options and none of them were the right fit. Then I had an epiphany and I knew this was the right choice.
Wishing all my readers an official ‘happy first week of summer.’ And I wanted to give you a few laughs too, of course. Hope you have a BBQ and plenty of rums in your future. I’ll be back next week with a full blog post. In the meantime, don’t forget your sunscreen. Photo credit […]
I have been known to avoid medical imaging, and I’ve been thinking about the reasons why. Maybe boring deeply into my body with radioisotopes goes against my shallow cellular grain. Maybe I don’t need validation of my self-diagnosis with gadolinium-laced contrast medium. Maybe as a nurse I’ve seen one too many frequent imaging flyers, who […]
You don’t have to be an overachiever if you want to have your wedding in June, but it helps.
A mother-in-law reviews the wonderful qualities in her daughter-in-law but finds one thing that disturbs her and causes shameful jealousy. What can it be? Read the full post to find the surprising reason.
This post examines corporate dress code rules and questions their validity with humor and satire from the point of view of a woman nearing retirement. There is an especially radical idea proposed about eliminating casual Friday. It will make a lot of sense when you read the full post.