Nothing to see here, folks, nothing to see or hear.

Sorry for the sorry posts, blog-reading peoples. It’s been both physically and emotionally exhausting around here. A few random updates, maybe.

My television interview for school PR probably didn’t air. My feeling is that it won’t. PR rep claims it already did. I’m okay with it either way.

My cough echoes at least two others in my little cubicle world. I think we’re all coughing a little less. I think. Maybe. Picture me grasping onto straws of hope. 

Three – not one, but three – teachers sent out emails saying their virtual class attendance had disappeared from the printer. My theory: these papers are hiding out with the mismatched socks that disappear from the dryer on laundry day.

Meanwhile, I saw yet another great PR piece for punctuation. Petunia, I know which will be your favorite.

Comma chameleon?

Comma chameleon?

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2 thoughts on “Nothing to see here, folks, nothing to see or hear.

  1. Yes, commas may save lives!
    Yes, we also agree to the description of physically and emotionally exhausting territory, which Dr. says contribute to spouse’s chest discomfort due to stress. The EKG is perfectly fine.

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