I get a small, evil thrill out of watching drivers run a red light or pass me then catching them at the next light or stop sign. You dumdum.

my nice face

Radio story: a man was reported missing 12 hours after he was last seen getting drunk in a bar and walking into the woods. Several hours into a search party looking for him, he notices people walking around the woods and decides to help search. He doesn’t realize they’re looking for him until they began to call his name. Then he says “It’s me!” More time passes before someone in the search party can accurately identify him.

Moral of the story: if something terrible happens to me, please include several people in each search party who can identify me before I’ve spent hours searching for myself! P.S. this happened in Sweden or Denmark or somewhere nowhere near me.

Texas is still very confused about its climate. Typical. We went from solid upper 80 daytime temps to low 50 nighttime temps. Beautiful! AND THEN… someone opened up the sun to full blast again and we nearly had a new record 100° day. At the time of this writing, I don’t know if we broke a record or not. Nonetheless, it was so hot and miserable and I was dreaming of cooler days.

Impatiently waiting. Still.


I ask you –

What’s your evil thrill point?

Have you ever been missing?

Humor me: tell me the average daytime highs where you are right now!

10 thoughts on “Observations

  1. My evil side shows up while driving, too. The curves on 369 are utilized the most for my dark side to shine. Folks get on my tail trying to make me drive faster around those curves as it is a “no passing” area. Yes, they have indeed convinced me to change my speed, 30mph anyone??????


  2. I’m sorry, but I had to LOL at the “missing” persons story. No one had a photo of the missing guy? 😉

    Have you ever been missing?
    Back in my grad school days, I was very (maybe too) active on Facebook. A few weeks before my defending my dissertation, I was really focused on preparing for the exam. During that time, I posted very few updates on FB, and some family and friends were concerned that something happened to me. To make it worse, I was not super responsive to text messages during that time.


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