So, here’s a legal news story you’re hearing or reading little about…unless you purposefully look for it, anyway. Imagine this: you’re a volunteer for VISTA and you’re working with the Indiana Army National Guard. And I love me some Army National Guard people. But, remember, you’re a volunteer. You’re not getting paid for your services.Continue reading
On my way home from the grocery store, I heard a story on KOKC Radio that Trudeau was caught on a hot mic full of snark because Trump was late because he decided to attend a press conference.
It is no secret that I have CPTSD and OCD. Of course, over the years, I’ve learned to adapt and to take care of myself appropriately. And that includes a lot of different things.
Lately, I’ve noticed a trend on social media wherein people are encouraged to ask their friends or family if they have emotional space or if they’re in the right frame of mind to do something or to listen to the problems of their friends. And I have an internal conflict about this.Continue reading
I’ve freelanced now for almost six years on a full time basis. I use the term “full time” loosely because most days I work around five or six hours. I guess I’m what one could call a lifestyle freelancer or lifestyle business owner. I love what I do, but I also have other things in life that I need to work around.Continue reading
Today, I’m writing about medical technology licensing. Just a few minutes ago, I showed Bull the hives that resurfaced on my elbows, upper arms, upper legs, and small of my back. I told him that right after I got out of the bath tub (colloidal oatmeal bath), that I felt cold and that I turned off the AC in our bedroom. He noticed the goosebumps on my legs and we had the following conversation:
Bull: I see goosebumps on your legs. You’re either cold or demon possessed.
Me: If I were demon possessed, I wouldn’t sell my soul to just one demon. I’d take a page from the medical technology licensing playbook. I’d license out the use of my soul to multiple demons. And they have to renew monthly…like a subscription box.
Me: What? I like to ensure my ROI is stellar. My soul would be the investment. I want the best return possible.
In other news, I’m clearly wearing long sleeves to officiate a wedding tomorrow…the high is supposed to be 98. And this is Oklahoma. Thankfully, it’s before noon and they want something short.