Anjuli and Emily consult a guru to find out how many vitamins they should be taking. Turns out, they need to understand which came first: the chicken or the egg. 9 more words
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Have you ever had a little cut in your mouth that you couldn’t stop chewing on?
Poking at, worrying over, jabbing and stabbing against with your tongue, endlessly, compulsively? 1,190 more words
Overheard in Safeway, McLoughlin Boulevard
November, 2014 Around 6 p.m.
In light of the late blasts of Gwyneth Paltrow vitriol blowing around the Internet, I was intrigued to recently overhear this conversation between a well-put-together, rather Gwynethy-looking woman and her daughter in the checkout line at Safeway. 141 more words
Is youth wasted on the young?
Sometime around one’s 30th birthday, to be certain, one realizes with a start the astonishing measure of self-absorption and small-mindedness that has defined one’s first decade as a card-carrying adult. 372 more words
Hey, writer! When was the last time you took a good look at your own hands? I mean, a really, really good long look?
Sure, they’re fluttering in and out of the periphery of vision over the course of any average day, assisting in the picking up and setting down of life’s dull and delightful objects. 1,670 more words