I’ve been free and easy with dirty words for many years. Perhaps the problem isn’t that I’m using them freely, but that I’m not using them wisely.
Thoughts on the death of Kurt Cobain, twenty-two years later.
Marie Kondo is a proponent of tidying once, in one fell swoop, and getting on with your life.
I am a proponent of defining words and phrases. “Once” can span an hour or a year. “In one fell swoop” could mean a very long swoop. “Clothes” can mean “Clothes and other incidentals.”
Spring is in the air, so I’m all “why do I own anything?” And so begins the life-changing magic of cleaning out my closet.
A short story made long about how I met Tom Hanks. Yes, really.