Hey Mom….THANKS! — The Chatter Blog

Plain common sense and pure love from Colleen.


Every September 22 my mom calls and says “HAPPY BIRTHDAY”!!!! I always say “THANKS FOR HAVING ME!!!” She always chuckles and says “It was my pleasure!” I always say “Pleasure? Really?” Labor, just so you know, is not always equated with pleasure. But I do have to say thanks. First, I must note that apparently […]

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My New High Maintenance Boss! — Lori Greer in Portland


Read all about Lori’s terrible new boss!

Normally, I would not complain about my boss in a public forum. It is unprofessional and usually accomplishes nothing. Plus, you know the old saying about if you can’t say anything good about someone…But, here goes.

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Six Word Story Challenge — Sometimes Stellar Storyteller

Try this fun challenge. It’s not as easy as you might imagine!

Challenge open Saturday 24th December 2016 – Friday 30th December 2016 Welcome to the Sometimes Stellar Storyteller Six Word Story Challenge – the final challenge of 2016. For those who have never dropped by before a new prompt is posted every Saturday morning at 9am GMT.

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Authentically Kenyan? — Safari Camp Life

This lady deserves a special place in the world of WordPress.

Do go and look at her blog. Laughter guaranteed, or your money back!

Sometimes some guests are so desperate for their trip to Kenya to be authentically African they lose all sense of perspective. Pointing at the bow and arrow hanging on the canvas wall; “Is that African?” At the hand-stitched, oversized leather-and-bead ceremonial necklace; “…and that?” Closely examining the stretched hide shield and rusted spears; “…what about this?” […]

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Para Pro What? — A Simple, Village Undertaker

Enjoy this post from Ray, A Simple, Village Undertaker. Then go and check out his blog. It’s great!

The following are paraprosdokians. A paraprosdokian is a figure of speech in which the latter part of a sentence is unexpected and oft times very humorous: *If I had a dollar for every girl that found me unattractive, they’d eventually find me very attractive. *I find it ironic that the colors red, white, and blue […]

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