Short, not unlike life itself

March 2nd, 2017

Today’s post will be short because Thursdays are busy for me.

A while back, I decided that life is just too short for cheap bread and cheap ice cream. Earlier this week, I realized that this list should also include paper products of all kinds—napkins, plates, writing paper, tissues. Because when you use thin, crappy paper products, not only is the experience of using them thoroughly unpleasant, but you have to use twice as many (even in the case of writing paper, since ink bleeds through to the other side). So really, THERE’S NO POINT.

A thought I had at work this afternoon: People who have to work in open offices should be provided with noise-canceling headphones free of charge. (When I communicated this thought to a friend of mine earlier today, it included many more capital letters and some well-placed profanity, as I was v. cranky.)

And something that delighted me: When I got home shortly after 10:00 PM, my 83-year-old landlord, who lives downstairs, was blasting “Waterloo” by ABBA.

One Response to “Short, not unlike life itself”

  1. Carol Culwell on March 6, 2017 4:29 am

    This is somewhat disconcerting, I know, but stop and think about it. “Waterloo” came out in 1974 – 43 years ago. Your landlord was only 40 at the time…plenty young enough to enjoy ABBA!

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