Fears over advances may not be necessary
Here are at least some of the things I'm not supposed to be worried about:
Las Vegas shooting opens eyes to horrors, wonders
I don't want to know.
Mousy adventures in canine-sitting
So, how exactly do you get a mouse out of a dog's mouth? Asking for a friend.
Strained knee and the mysteries of aging
So I may very well have reached a new high (or low, depending ... ) in the "so, you did what, exactly?" department.
The challenges, opportunities of out-of-office messaging
If you work in an office large enough that you have to wonder if anyone is stealing the Swiss Roll out of your lunch in the communal refrigerator (and the answer is, "I have no idea what you're talking about, or where those crumbs on my shirt came from."), you know there's sort of an unwritten checklist you have to go through before you leave for any extended period of time.
On-ground interactions more interesting than solar show
As far as I'm concerned, most nature-themed events are somewhat oversold.
Sport’s unpredictable nature still a draw
The news cycle the last few weeks has been such that I feel the only way to observe it is through my eclipse glasses. Staring at it too long will burn my retina.
Life changes and the need for different tools
In the long list of basically useless tools I've bought over the years, I may have topped myself over the weekend. I acquired a paint scraper.
Passing years brings less “pass the pizza”
Since the beginning of time, Man has worked to develop various ways to measure, well ... time. There is a school of thought that Stonehenge is actually a giant calendar. (Those odd scratches on that column on the right? That's someone trying to remember his anniversary. And the blood stain next to it? Yeah, well, guess who forgot anyway.)
Life pauses before a flurry of anticipated changes
Most of the time, tech works great for me. In fact, far better than you would expect, given my overwhelming lack of skill.