In which Animal Protective Services should be called. Also, Nedflix.

Because it's been awhile since I've done it, and because I love myself so bad, I made all the pets do Circle of Life last night.   The circllllle of life! Boom! Say, guess who was in no mood for me and my circle? ...Boom! In other news? The cirrrrrclllllle! The circle of Edz's man … Continue reading In which Animal Protective Services should be called. Also, Nedflix.

June and the Water Tower. Also, “fur.”

How is everybody doing? It's rainy here, and I have a migraine for the FIFTH DANG DAY IN A DANG ROW, and forgive my rough language. A few weeks ago I was at my doctor and he gave me some samples of some new migraine stuff--new to me, and that's who matters, here--called Treximet, so … Continue reading June and the Water Tower. Also, “fur.”

Dark

Sometimes things happen in real life that I cannot blog about for whatever reason. This is one of those times. Usually, when something has happened and I cannot blog about it, I try to just write about something else, and it's always one of those terrible phony-ass <crickets> posts: June: Blahhhh de blooo bloo blooo! … Continue reading Dark

June complains. I know! It’s like a unicorn sighting.

See? I knew hearing about everyone's sex life would be riveting. How many of you felt bad because of it? Several people emailed me to say hearing about how often others are having sex made them feel bad. Some wondered if their significant other was happy, now, or is there something wrong with them and … Continue reading June complains. I know! It’s like a unicorn sighting.

S Word. Or, “I’ll take Swords for 100, Alex.”

Did you ever see that Celebrity Jeopardy on Saturday Night Live when Sean Connery sees the category "S Words" and says, "I'll take Swords for 100, Alex"? I effing love Celebrity Jeopardy on Saturday Night Live. But that is not why I've gathered you all here today. I have GATHERED you here to ask you … Continue reading S Word. Or, “I’ll take Swords for 100, Alex.”

The one where June tells you about her rash. Read on!

Because I know you're going to want every detail--who wouldn't?--I have a rash. It has been there for some time, and naturally I figured "leukemia," and I really have no idea if leukemia presents with a rash, and I did not look it up because even though Marvin left over two years ago, I still … Continue reading The one where June tells you about her rash. Read on!

To cheer us. Josie and her lack of pussycats.

I've been meaning to post this for awhile but I keep forgetting. Some of you have asked in the comments to see pictures of my friend Sleeping Beauty's kid, Josie, who is almost two now, and I'm certain my pal Sleeping would tell you the exact number of months she is, as all moms do … Continue reading To cheer us. Josie and her lack of pussycats.

In which June is thoroughly annoyed at whoever ruined the marathon.

How come whenever my blog post is extra petty, something like this happens? Last time I was depressed and complaining about some stupid-ass thing, and that day there was a school shooting. Talk about putting things into perspective. I said this to Ned last night on the phone. "I blogged about duckface today, and two … Continue reading In which June is thoroughly annoyed at whoever ruined the marathon.

Ten things that bug me. I know! Sometimes I get bugged!

I got up late today because there is no earthly reason Mad Men needs to end at 11:00 p.m., but it does, and all Mad Men season I am screwed up on Mondays. Last year when it was on I was laid off, which was super convenient. So what I am saying to you is … Continue reading Ten things that bug me. I know! Sometimes I get bugged!

June joins the workforce. And comes up with words like “inhibitionslessness.”

Oh thank all that is holy and merciful, I have a job again. My fake workplace, the place that'd laid me off in the first place and for whom I've been freelancing since September, asked me to come back for reals, y'all. YAY!!!!!!! And also "word." I am so street, with my use of "for … Continue reading June joins the workforce. And comes up with words like “inhibitionslessness.”