Archive for the ‘Things I Shouldn’t Have Said’ Category


Things I Shouldn’t Have Said

During hip replacement surgery rehab… So… there I was walking the neighborhood, like it was nobody’s business, at a speed just north of turtle, with my ‘hiking sticks.’ A woman was walking towards me, looked at me up and down (most women do this, then call 911), then at my sticks, then my gait (recognizing […]

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Is it Daylight Saving’S’ Time or Is It Daylight Saving Time? But First, The Most Important Thing To Do!

Thing Learned: 1.0 Changing the clock is not be most important thing to do. The most important thing to do is to check the batteries on your smoke alarms (and have working smoke alarms). Here are links to Amazon’s top-rated, five-star smoke alarms Here are a link to Amazon five-star batteries: The first battery is […]

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A Visit To My Dentist’s Office – “Best Vasectomy Ever”

My adventure started out like a whimsical Dr. Seuss story. I had lots of nervous energy so I was commenting on many items. The dental assistant walks in to ‘prep’ me. She was wearing a glossy, plastic-like shoe. I asked her if that was to allow her to clean up the blood spillage more easily. […]

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My Neighbor Subtlety Asked For A Favor – How I Replied

We have a great neighbor. He has been helpful and friendly ever since we moved in next door to him about a decade ago. We have him over for dinner and he is sorta’ straight-laced Canadian, so I like to tease him. Our daughter and her husband, Sam the geek, came to visit and he […]

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Flip Flops And Parole Officer(s)

I always wear my Keen flip flops when I go swimming at the pool. They (loudly) squeak when I leave as my feet are still wet. You can hear the sound from a 100-feet away. It doesn’t bother me, but if I am walking behind people, they often turn around to see what is so […]

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