It’s me, ur boi, T-Floss.
I just gargled half a bottle of Clorox and I’m gettin’ ready to hit the tanning bed—Merica! Unfortunately, I’m stuck in bumper to bumper traffic as (roughly) 4,000 cars, scooters, simi-trucks, and mini bikes decided to drive down main street simultaneously. You know you’re bored when the idea of driving in L.A. style traffic suddenly sounds appealing. Maybe it’s the disinfectant that I just drank, or maybe it’s the fumes from the dudes doing burnouts in the Kroger parking lot——but I’m feeling nauseous.
Is it just me or are you getting sick of absolutely everything?
There’s so much misinformation, gotcha headlines, “do as I say not as I do”,——OH EM GINA if I see another set of conflicting posts on FB, I’m going to puke Lysol all over the 5G tower that’s burning outside my car window.
I know all two of you reading this get my sense of humor. But please don’t drink anything that’s labeled poisonous. Is this really what we’ve come to? Or are the aliens just distracting us long enough to take over?
What Do I Have To Offer?
So why have you decided to read this blog instead of protesting at the local government institution. What do I, a mailman, have to offer?
Here’s a photo of my wife and the bread she made recently. She’s been practicing artisan bread making. She was doing that before the pandemic.
I’ve been riding around town taking photos of stuff. I started doing that before the pandemic too.
A Tub Full Of Optimism
The way I see it, you can laugh or you can cry. Most days I choose to laugh.
Life Is Beautiful
Pandemic, alien invasion, mutually assured
destruction distraction—whatever the case may be; I hope that by reading this, you smirked, or maybe laughed a little.
And that’s all I have to offer.
So as the trees start to blossom and the squirrels get fat—I hope this inspires you to take a deep breath of fresh spring air and remember——you are living through a strangely hilarious time.
So turn off the news, get off social media, and find something to laugh at. Or make a meme out of the absurdity, and brighten someone’s day.
Thanks for reading you two.