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wickedeasy 70F  
10693 posts
1/9/2018 11:06 am
mundane insanity

Having just spent weeks without a computer, I must say, it was not so bad. I did an enormous amount of reading some of it even good. My laundry is d, I ate regular meals and the house is clean.

This is not to say that having a computer makes me forget to be personally responsible, but it does give me an excuse to procrastinate. And any excuse to avoid laundry works for me.

Here, where I live, we are buried in a mountain of snow. It is beautiful. But so cold and windy that even the dogs are loathe to go outside. Mid blizzard I shoveled the front walk so Charlie could poop. Within an hour the winds had blown the snow into the walk and back on the stairs as though I hadn’t even touched them.



The difference between the mundane and the insane is often just step. The man who carves out his parking spot and places a chair there to preserve it, to the man who shoots a guy for taking it. step. I would assume that more of these steps are crossed in winter than in any other season. We have so much al time to ponder the irregularities of the world, to take inventory. And if we are brutally hst, we spend a good amount of time taking inventory on other people not on ourselves. Now, now, you’re saying, that’s not me. well of course not, I don’t mean you, I just meant them…all those other people. But I will include myself with them.

In the midst of reading this book about the autism spectrum, I was struck by the cleanliness of the way this saw the world. I don’t know whether it was right or wrong but it was very precise, and it had a reasoning that was simple and succinct. It made me feel as if I was taking all the joy out of my life by questioning every single thing I do or think.

Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. Or rose a rose. or a parking spot is not worth prison time.

How do we accept the mundane and the insane and stay sane?

Hell, I’m drinking ice coffee and it’s -12 degrees outside………don’t ask me.

You cannot conceive the many without the one.


wickedeasy 70F  
32438 posts
1/9/2018 11:07 am

I have nothing much to say..............

You cannot conceive the many without the one.


BiggLala 48F  
28516 posts
1/9/2018 11:11 am

All too often those lines get blurred given how thin they are. A chair is just a chair, except when it's territory to fight and kill for.

I'm glad you're safe, and staying warm. I'm also glad you're back. I missed you.

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wickedeasy replies on 1/12/2018 10:31 am:
i wish i was ten years older and could just blurt out whatever i wanted

lonnnng72black 47M
5 posts
1/9/2018 11:43 am

very much so


ltrskr 72M  
4336 posts
1/9/2018 11:53 am

Hmmmmm, Is he "chairman" of the parking committee!

We always hear all the things that will happen in the "New Year", the thousand year old predictions that will come true "this" year that will end the world,
and yet, the civil war that ends it will probably start over an argument about a parking space!

"The end is near, repent at my place!"......

"It came, to pass!"


wickedeasy replies on 1/12/2018 10:32 am:
repent you say...........does that involve corporal punishment? i'm in if it does.

smartasswoman 62F  
33145 posts
1/9/2018 12:05 pm

Welcome back!

That's a funny photo. I've never seen that system in play in the Twin Cities, although I know it's common elsewhere. Our deal is that the city declares a "snow emergency" and people are supposed to get their cars off the streets - then the city tries to plow curb to curb. Not all of streets at once of course - in my town they do the busy streets on the first day and the side streets on the second day. I know it still causes some inconvenience in crowded neighborhoods, if you don't have a garage available.

I've been wishing for a good snowfall, and we're supposedly going to get one on Thursday.


wickedeasy replies on 1/12/2018 10:33 am:
it's a very medford look. and not one to be ignored. you can easily use a lifetime friendship if you do.

throatscock 92M

1/9/2018 12:20 pm

Hmmm.... depression onset?


wickedeasy replies on 1/12/2018 10:34 am:
me? nope...........already in full swing

dbaley 67F
8434 posts
1/9/2018 12:27 pm

Just do your own thing!


wickedeasy replies on 1/12/2018 10:34 am:
well of course!

pagancountrygirl 62F
5233 posts
1/9/2018 12:41 pm

Glad you're back and have been safe and warm. The ice coffee sounds good! Might need to go fix myself some. lol

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wickedeasy replies on 1/12/2018 10:35 am:
i just can't seem to switch to hot coffee even at -15

eyecanplsyou 63M
695 posts
1/9/2018 1:43 pm

I lived on Long Island when I was young, had to shovel out my dads car a lot. Now I'm in central Tx. don't have to worry about that anymore. One road in& out where I live, sometimes have to wait for the creek to go down after a real rain to get in&out. lite is slower & less hectic out in the boonies.


wickedeasy replies on 1/12/2018 10:36 am:
hey............there's one good reason to live in Texas

HamburgDave2 76M
16567 posts
1/9/2018 1:57 pm

A Happy and Sexy New Year WE Keep warm my Friend

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sweet_VM 62F
80986 posts
1/9/2018 2:06 pm

Looks like way too much snow for me. I would be doing lots of reading as well if I didn’t have a computer. Good to see you back blogging again. You have been missed. Hugs V

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wickedeasy replies on 1/12/2018 10:37 am:
way too much snow. WAY too much.

Tmptrzz 57F
81870 posts
1/9/2018 3:53 pm

Some crazy weather your getting there, stay safe and warm, good to see you back blogging..

Just your average every day run of the mill nana here!!!


wickedeasy replies on 1/12/2018 10:37 am:
the geek squad saves the day

KtMnDu 67M
6216 posts
1/9/2018 6:11 pm

How do we accept the mundane and the insane and stay sane?

There is a part of me that wonders if we ever really do......my patience is retreating as I age.....not happy with that, but I work at not letting "stuff" push me to thoughts, and actions, which I may regret later........

But then, it's that age thing that tells me "Fuck it, I'm putting it out there regardless".....


Hardupfosho 44M
1727 posts
1/9/2018 7:24 pm

Hah! That one chair got drunk and fell down. Good on him, I say!

And that is kind of my answer for dealing with mundane insanity - go home and let the beer clouds roll in


wickedeasy replies on 1/12/2018 10:38 am:
yes, i cheered that chair as well. there's one in every crowd yanno?

HeartCollector 63F  

1/9/2018 8:12 pm

I’ve become more vocal as I near retirement. The stupidity of some of the things they do, I just can’t keep it inside anymore. I am so quick-witted these days I amaze myself. I am finding it more than a little amusing. There is a woman in my office who reminds me so much of me when I was 35 I can barely stand it. Someone took me down a peg one night, well deserved I might add, and I’d almost pay him to come do it to her.

The gladdest hours we know are those shared with a friend or two. Wilbur D. Nesbit


wickedeasy replies on 1/12/2018 10:38 am:
yup, i know her.

even ghandi would have smacked her

author51 57F  
96324 posts
1/10/2018 1:25 am

I ask myself that same question and lately a lot of why others do what they do. Having a curious mind can lead one to answers they may not want to hear. I shall get back to concerning myself with what I do,not caring what others do themselves..

I have missed you my friend and happy to be able to read your posts once more...

One can never have enough JOY in their life...


TicklePlease 52F  
12783 posts
1/10/2018 2:48 am

Good to see your blog light up, and glad you've got your computer back! We have an annual Italian festival in the (duh) Italian section of a nearby city and due to the number of people attending, the residents of the neighborhood all put their chairs and cones and tables and anything they can find into the street parking spots to save them. Inevitably there's an article about how a fight over a spot broke out and ends up with one or all of the people involved taken away by the police. What gets me is that most of the time, it's not impetuous teens/20somethings getting bent out of shape enough to fight over it, it's the 60+ crowd!!!!


wickedeasy replies on 1/12/2018 10:40 am:
it's the 30's that move the chairs and the 60+ that go apoplectic.

street theatre of Medford.........

azriel1970 49M  
30007 posts
1/10/2018 5:29 am

Heck if I even know. there are days I wonder if I am truly sane at all.

We are buried under snow here as well and more coming the next few days.. You are right in that at least I am catching up on my reading! Yet I do not need to put out a chair to save my parking spot...


gardenboy321 57M  
41190 posts
1/10/2018 9:43 pm

The mundane is always about perception. I see a thousand splendors in my bedroom rug.

Thoughts from the Garden...


wickedeasy replies on 1/12/2018 10:40 am:
must be some damn good weed

lindoboy100 57M
21573 posts
1/13/2018 3:22 am

Happy new year lovely McWickster, i hope ye had a good un!!

Having just spent a couple of weeks in your country, the contrasts between sanity and madness seem even more blurred.........

Pull ma finger.........


wickedeasy replies on 1/16/2018 11:24 am:
you buggah............you were here and you didn't stop to see me?

kzoopair 69M/67F
25849 posts
1/18/2018 1:35 pm

To see the world the way a child does...that was what I loved so much about Kurt Vonnegut. It struck me when reading him years ago that his point of view was that of a child, and it struck me just as quickly, "What the hell is wrong with that?"

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