Category: Humour/Humor

Living the Dream

This is a conversation I overheard today after a woman greeted a man she knew on a bus I was riding: He:      Hey! I haven’t seen you in ages. How have you been? She:     I’m fine. I just got out of jail. How are you doing? He:      I’m […]

The Looking-glass Self

As in my previous blog post, I am rethinking my appearance which has devolved during nearly three months of being housebound. A bad fall has resulted in my spending most of my time lately in hospitals and at home in bed. I am now more mobile but still […]

How I Make Decisions

Right now, every twenty minutes or so I am hitting “Refresh” on the Alberta Motor Association’s website map of road conditions.  I am willing the colour of the main highway to Red Deer to turn from yellow to green. I had planned to meet up with my writing […]

Boys and Their Toys

I have been reading a book of short story murder mysteries, and in The Man Who Liked Toys by Leslie Charteris, I read these words: “I remember the manager of one of the biggest novelty manufacturers in the world telling me that the soundest test of any idea […]