My Dear Protective Sir,
One word: Maisy.
You had me scared of your poor, defenseless, old neighbor lady before I ever got to Australia. Then I caught her watching me: and watching me – always watching me.
Once I went out in the backyard to do something, and poor Maisy made a beeline for me. I had no idea she could get around that quickly. She was fast for an old gal.
She started asking me questions. She wanted to know who I was, what I was doing in your house, how long I was staying, and why did I talk funny? (Those are just a few of the questions she bombarded me with.) I believe I started making up answers to throw her off the scent of a good gossip story. I also wanted so badly to point out that I had on your dressing gown and you needed…
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January 14 – Ripped from the headlines, Head to your favorite online news source. Pick an article with a headline that grabs you. Now, write a short story
based on the article.
Judge denies initial approval of $760 million concussion settlement – citing that it is not enough
I try to stay calm. I don’t want to rant as I did on my sister blog Better Than Realty: Warning I am Going to Rant. But seriously, how can I not? These are choices that these men have made. They enjoyed playing the game. They knew week after week what they were doing to their bodies. And now they want someone to pay for it. We all make choices in life that are not always the best. But can we look to someone else to pay for those choices? Every career has its risks.
…”The issue of brain injury will haunt football…
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What’s the best idea you’ve ever had? Regale us with every detail of the idea — the idea itself, where it came to you, and the problem it solved.
Sometimes I come up with suggestions at work regarding work-flow or data collection etc which to me just seems like common sense, but to others, comes across as though it’s some big revelation… but I’ve not had any great ideas worthy of noting.