Monthly Archives: July 2006

washington court house

It’s what I’m made of. feed me.

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An open letter to Dispatch reporter Jim Woods (and Dean Narcisisisco, of course.)

Dear Jim (and Dean): Welcome back. Here’s the thing. Have you put me on your favorites list yet? I noticed in the last week or so that your visits have not been prompted by any type of Google search for … Continue reading

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w. t. f.

one. two. feed me.

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stick shifts and safety belts

Fine. I’ll give myself until 9 a.m. to get this party started. Seth and I spent a weekend in the bush. Shut up. There is no sound that brings greater heartbreak than a weed wacker that has been abruptly snagged … Continue reading

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It’s time again

For That City’s Victim of the Week that you Shouldn’t Feel Sorry For/ A $15,000 two-caret diamond platinum engagement ring was stolen from a retail store in the 3100 block of Main Drag Drive at noon on July 13. The … Continue reading

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i got old and nobody listened.

While all you Clintonvillites may boast about your weekend concerts, your bar-goings, your iPods and your MTVs, how many of you can claim a successful Saturday Night Installation of a 240-volt electric range receptacle? You know that magical mystery box … Continue reading

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I went back

through da_Ltrain@yahoo.com to count up my demons. There were thousands. Most were spam, but a few were from old college friends, so I had to be careful. Remember 2001? and PFTW? What about Ryan Schlagbaum!? Holy crap, man. Holy Crap. … Continue reading

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no sir, i don’t believe he’s quite finished yet.

Let’s start with a story 81 years in the making. Thursday evening, after an eventful holiday week spent visiting sisters and daughters, Mary Jo Johnson — a tiny little fire pistol, for whom i can thank for my stature and … Continue reading

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Country Living: A Transformation of the Mind, Volume One — Pests.

Because every so often here at theteet.blogspot.com, we like to talk about our newly-acquired house. (sorry) So my strategy thus far has been 187 on bees, spiders, ticks, mice, raccoons (accidentally) and anything else I can get my paws on. … Continue reading

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and oh there goes my head over my toes.

Why does every electrician in Bangs sound, in one way or another, slightly impaired on their answering machine?Also, I’m back from “vacation.”Being the incredible wife that I am, while Seth was in Sunny San Diego sipping margaritas with old men, … Continue reading

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