A Grocery Shopping Challenge

The grocery stores typically get filled up by around noon. For this reason, I’ll typically go at 6:00am, with an exception being made for when the pharmacy opens at 9:00am. Being Autistic, and taking the public health crisis seriously, my goal is to go where there are the least amount of people. Things have changedContinue reading “A Grocery Shopping Challenge”

Accidental Black Friday

There is no denying that I’m an early bird. As someone who grew up in the Midwest, I’ve always kept an early schedule. Beyond that, my Autism contributed heavily to my insomnia. Today, it fits perfectly into my old man schedule. We had our Thanksgiving on Wednesday, and it went fine enough, outside of myContinue reading “Accidental Black Friday”

Stop Attacking and Yelling at People Who Are Working

I took this photograph back on June 1, 2008. Look at those George W. Bush gas prices! The dark smoke in the air is from the fire at Universal Studios, where the original King Kong burned up, as well as boxes and boxes of MASTER TAPES that can never be revived again. Indeed, Universal MusicContinue reading “Stop Attacking and Yelling at People Who Are Working”

The Difficult Art of Effing Chill

Going for a walk is something that I have to make myself do, even though there are many times where I have enjoyed going on a walk in the past. It’s kind of like going to the doctor to get blood drawn. I’m nervous, get it done, think it’s no big deal, and then getContinue reading “The Difficult Art of Effing Chill”

My COVID-19 Anger

In the wee hours of the new year, I was awake and washing dishes, when a ceramic bowl hit the edge of the counter and EXPLODED in my hands. Both hands were shredded and bleeding profusely. For a moment, I thought, “Well, I COULD go get a bandage and do something about it. But theContinue reading “My COVID-19 Anger”

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