Month: June 2018

  • Just Like Me, They Long to Be…

    Well, I finally got a chance to make a yarn run for the first time in a long time this week! I was able to make it to my local Walmart Supercenter, my first time setting foot in it in about 6 months (we’ve been going to a Walmart Neighborhood Market for groceries in that […]

  • Cool as Ice*

    So, the repairman finally came over to fix our air conditioner yesterday. He arrived around 10:00 yesterday morning. It took him about 20 minutes for him to set up his equipment, and then he was able to get to work. So, rather than writing a whole essay about what happened, I’m gonna sum it up […]

  • Florida is a Cruel Mistress

    Why is that air conditioners in Florida always seem to choose to break down in the summer? Or in this case, very close to it? In Florida, as well as in the rest of the South, many of us rely on central air conditioning to keep cool during the summer. Here in Florida, we normally […]

  • June 12: Anne’s Legacy

    The 12th of June marks the second anniversary of the PULSE nightclub massacre in Orlando, which I wrote about extensively last year in the entry “PULSE: One Year Later”. Two years on, we as region are focusing on how to live with the pain and sadness the events of that day has left with us, […]