All posts in Word Salad

Eppur si muove

Hello world! Well, that’s not quite accurate. Hello east coast of North America! Saying hello to where I actually am and specifying the space I’m in seems to (yes define my location) “limit my influence” for lack of smarter brain cells (they wake up last). If instead I were to say, “hello world!” I would be walking onto a much larger stage. Perhaps I should change “hello” to “good morning”? Read more...

Wait Wait! Don’t tell me.

I’ve been faced with an odd occurrence of late. People in conversation with me or simply nearby seem to want to talk to me…a lot. Not everyone but when it happens it is overwhelming and strange. Here are two recent cases. The rep for a new service provider I’m hiring asks me a question and just as I start to answer she restates her question and gives an extra example. Read more...

WIsdom Teeth & Relative Nothingness

2 days ago I paid $1,000 to have someone knock me out and remove two of my teeth. Isn’t Craigslist amazing?! Apparently they were mean teeth and were bullying the others. They were forcing everyone to scrunch together. Word is, they were creating pressure on the top part near the gum and could cause “fracturing” and lots of pain. So instead of buying a shiny new TV on cyber monday, I had someone Read more...

Cook Kardashians

Half asleep I walked to the door and suspected I was still dreaming; mostly because I was in a place I knew was mine but I had never been there. Now that I think about it, it was heavily influenced by the loft from My Two Dads. On the other side of the door was a Kardashian (in a vague sense). I couldn’t tell you which one and she may Read more...

Word Salad

6:05 am Eastern Standard Time. Newark Airport. Tired This is the first Word Salad post. Basically it is a public version of what The Artist Way calls Morning Pages. I call it word salad which WIkipedia defines as: a “confused or unintelligible mixture of seemingly random words and phrases”,[1] most often used to describe a symptom of a neurological or mental disorder. The words may or may not be grammatically correct, Read more...