Now that things seem to be settling down a little bit, at least with the website at least, I’m gonna try to get back to the funneh. So let me tell you a little bit about the experiences I’ve been going through since my arrival in Florida.
First things first, let me express my gratitude to my great friend Liz who has provided me with a roof over my head, food and invaluable assistance in making my way through the VA system.
A system which is neither efficient nor quick. It also lacks any semblance of common fucking sense. You see, I’m going through them to get my treatment for depression, my vision (or lack thereof) and some anxiety (both pre-existing and actually being caused by the system and the Florida DMV) and my otherwise general health. Read the rest . . .
So here’s the big news for this week . . . I’m moving. Like, tomorrow. Yeah, so, I hope you enjoyed the photos from my front yard last week because that won’t be my front yard tomorrow. Not too far. About 10 miles from where I am now and in a shittier neighborhood, but better circumstances by a long shot.
You are about to find out why. As a sort of a disclaimer, some of the things I will mention in here are of a very serious nature, and I do of course take them very seriously. Please read ahead with the comedic attitude with which I have intended it and the way I have chosen to look at it. Because, seriously, if I took it the way I should I’d probably leap in front of a train.
I’m kind of a chicken shit, so it would probably be a parked train, but it’s the thought that counts. Right? Read the rest . . .
I saw it, every one of you that read my post the other day saw it, Emo-Boy cashier at the convenience store saw it . . . everyone but my father saw it.
My mother’s dance of happiness in the kitchen the other night was not in vain. Friday morning they awoke to a wet kitchen floor and a warm refrigerator. It could take no more and apparently was ready to give me the satisfaction of putting a final chapter on this saga. The refrigerator was dead and it was going to stay that way this time. Luckily it went out with some class and simply defrosted onto the floor, because my father paid no mind to the story I relayed to him from a good friend of mine who had lost an entire family of close relatives to a house fire that was ignited by a faulty refrigerator. That wouldn’t happen to him because he’s too smart for that. Read the rest . . .