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Strange Facts

I found a fun web site while trolling for Strange(r) topic material for this month. There are a lot of interesting and amusing tidbits on this site, and here are some of my initial thoughts or reactions to some of them (’cause I know everybody out there is on the edge of their seats, wondering […]

The Strange Case of the Alternate Universe Under My Table

Sounds like a Nancy Drew book title, doesn’t it? I was flipping channels on TV last night before I went to sleep, and Wayne Dyer was on PBS.  I only heard a few minutes, but he was talking about how sometimes, when you drop something, it seems to disappear by the time it hits the […]

Old Strangers

This Stranger Story happened to Sister, but it made us both laugh and she said I could add it to my theme-blogging for March. She was sitting in the drive-through line at Dunkin Donuts the other day, getting coffee on her way to work, when an old man in an SUV pulled up beside her.  […]

When A Friend Becomes A Stranger

About four times a year, my neck starts to hurt, and it will hurt for a few days.  It starts out as that “I must have slept wrong” kind of feeling and then progresses until I can’t turn my head.  Because it’s so cyclical, and because I realized that it’s only a couple weeks earlier […]

Beware of Gluten-Carrying Strangers

Ah, geez.  I couldn’t figure out, on Wednesday, why I was so scattered and unable to focus at work.  I slept enough the night before.  I took my ADD medication, just as I do every day.  I didn’t feel particularly overly hormonal.  The Fibro was apparently the reason my neck was hurting (more about the […]

Strangers In The Nose

Ok . . . purely in the interest of blogging on topic for NaBloPoMo, I’m going to admit one of my stranger quirks from my childhood. Here goes. When I was three, I called boogers “strangers”.  I don’t know why.  I actually don’t remember the word “booger” being used in my house.  I don’t remember […]

When A Stranger Comes In, Uninvited

For, oh, about eight or nine years, I battled a dryer-venting problem at my apartment.  When I moved into the apartment, I brought my old, second-hand dryer with me from my previ0us apartment.  I noticed within that first year that it was taking longer and longer to dry a load of clothes.  Finally, when it […]

When A Stranger Asks For Help

Today, while I was in the grocery store after work, a young woman approached me.  She was wearing a hospital bracelet and she had several little cuts on her face.  My immediate first impression was that she had been in a car accident.  She told me her baby was being transferred from All Children’s Hospital […]

Strange(r) Theme For NaBloPoMo

I know; I must be nuts.  I’m seriously planning to do NaBloPoMo this month, despite the zillion and one other things I’ve committed myself to. It’s the theme for March that got me.  The email announcing the theme said, “The theme for next month’s 31-day blogging challenge is STRANGE(R). All kinds of oddities are up […]

Then And Now

This isn’t from my yearbook, but it’s from the year I would have graduated, had I not taken my GED and gotten out of Dodge a year early because I hated high school.  (If the curiosity about whose yearbook it is is too much to bear, feel free to email me at the address on […]

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