Morning Ritual — 1.24.22
When it’s all over and our time is no longer, we leave it behind for others to seek their own dreams.
It’s a little bit unique, kinda quirky.
They’d go, “Doo-doo, doo-doo, doo-doo doo,” and he’d say, “Oh, that’s Miles Davis’ ‘Kind of Blue.
No matter where you’re going to go right now in health care, you’re probably going to experience a delay.
Humans aren’t the only ones who search out warmer waters and fresh seafood during the dark days of winter.
Funny the orange juice tastes a little bit sweeter this morning.
But how do you put out a giant fire that’s been burning for decades?
A lot of perfectly good food goes to the dump instead of grocery-store shelves.
We know the surface of the moon better than the deep ocean.
Uncomfortable with profiting from offering children the possibility to see goldfish die slowly.
If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.
We all feel we were abducted by luxurious pirates!
To improve is to change, so to be perfect is to have changed often.
Today is National Compliment Day, which reminds me — your new haircut looks great.
The social media team for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation made a quick PSA not to bring mountain lions inside, which begs the question how often do people bring mountain lions into their homes?
Do you hate the taste of water, or lack thereof, so much that you have to force yourself to drink it?
You never forget the first time you sink your teeth into the odd, slimy, weirdness of a traditional, home-use teeth whitening tray.
Tell us something we didn’t know
before: how words mean things
we didn’t know we knew.
Perhaps we talk faster, interrupt, talk over, invent, dissect, criticize and then move on to the next thing. Boom, boom, boom.