Ranting, whining or both

Ranting, whining or both

I am writing this… tired. And… grumpy. And after what went down at 3AM in our apartment building last night, it became official. I'm old. And I'm also a codger.

Dear Ye Who Is Always Late, please hear me out. I know you think you can't be on time. I know you think a lot of other things, too. Here is the truth.

After asking a friend to leave my house for being rude and over-obsessed with the going-ons in other people's lives, I sat down and wrote this list.

This is my response to the Mormons who read my post about dating Mormon girls and could not laugh about any of it. I tried not to reply, but, urgh... I had to.

The responses to the Old Woman at Walmart post were everywhere. Love and hate and everything in between abounded. I am tired. This is my response...

The following story is true. It happened last Friday. Black Friday. And I am really disappointed in Walmart and others for their complete lack of humanity...

I’m still shaking off the willies and my heart is still pounding...

I still can't believe the bad karma that nailed me for stealing a couple of chocolates from a turn-down cart in the hallway...

I shared some of the heavy secrets that some of my parent readers have been carrying around. The general response was vicious and harsh and that isn't right...

I still can't believe what Frontier Airlines did... Not cool, dudes in suits. Not cool. And after booking, this is what nonsense I expect on the flight...

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