It’s a lot of work trying to make people not realize they are slightly inconveniencing me.
And even though they likely do not care if they are or not, I continue on making different plans in my head just so that no one will think I am going out of my way for them.
Continue reading “Do you ever pretend not to be waiting for someone while you are waiting for someone?”
A city in Georgia is building a giant chicken in order to attract tourists.
Yes, you read the correctly.
I had to read the news story twice the other day when I first saw it.
According to this Associated Press article, the city of Fitzgerald, Georgia is building chicken that stands 62 feet tall. The giant chicken will also have plants growing out of its frame, so that it can be some sort of living chicken sculpture.
The city leaders believe that by spending so much money in this giant chicken plant, they will bring attention to their city, increase tourism and help the city with its economic development.
While it sounds like an amazing idea, I do have a few thoughts and questions about it:
Continue reading “A city in Georgia is building a giant chicken, but I don’t know if the idea will ever get off the ground”
Why can’t a clothes washer and a dryer be combined into the same device? Dishwashers clean and dry the dishes. Why can’t we do this with clothes, too?
While working from home recently, I’ve had extra time to focus on important questions and thoughts such as these, so I thought I should share a few of them here with you today. You are welcome. Continue reading “Why don’t washing machines dry clothes? How did we get so many lids? And other important thoughts”
After a few months of wearing masks to the grocery store and other places, I have realized there are several positive benefits to them, in addition to the public health aspects.
So, along with it being an extremely simple and easy gesture to try to slow the spread of the coronavirus and to try put others at ease in public, here several other great things about wearing a mask in public. Continue reading “I like how I look in a mask, and several other benefits of wearing masks in public”
I appreciate a good table.
Tables are reliable, useful and, in most instances, stable. They are also incredibly underrated.
While, chairs, beds and even bars receive most of the attention, tables come to work every day and are always there for you if you want to sit down, eat a meal, play a game, do your homework or just set down the junk mail.
Tables are amazing! Plus, there are so many of them that you use every day! I’m happy just thinking about it! At the same time, I can’t tell you how often I hear someone say, “But, Nick, what is the best type of table?” Continue reading “Top 5 Tables”
While much of the world seems to be wondering what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will do next, I would like to offer them a solution.
They are welcome to join my family.
Recently, the Royal Couple announced that they would distance themselves from the Royal Family and would work toward becoming financially independent. I think this sounds very good for them, and I admire them for making this big decision.
Since it is such a monumental change, though, I think they may need some help. And after carefully studying the situation, I am confident that joining my family makes the most sense for them. Here are a few reasons why: Continue reading “Here’s what Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should do next”
While people around the world will be celebrating the new year on January 1, I thought it was important to first celebrate the year that was.
A lot happened in 2019. Some of it was great, some of it was sad, and honestly, some of it smelled funny.
So before begin watching giant balls of light drop in New York City and then rise again for some reason, here are a few thoughts I had on the last year. Continue reading “Happy Old Year!”
As I walked into the kitchen on a dark and dreary Tuesday evening, I was greeted by the sounds of mysterious creaking and moaning.
“Is that the floorboard or my knees?” I asked myself in my best tough guy detective voice. “We don’t have time for that right now, we’ve got bigger fish to fry.”
I don’t actually know how to fry fish or understand why you would want to fry the bigger fish before the smaller fish, so I forged on with my noble quest. Continue reading “The Mystery of the Missing Peanut Butter”
While many people search far and wide for the keys to happiness, it’s often the small ordinary items right in front of you that can bring you the most satisfaction.
Here are a few examples of some relatively ordinary item can make my whole day: Continue reading “It’s the simple things in life that make you happy”
Dear Mr. Trump
I hope this open letter finds you well.
I was truly astonished when I read about your proposal for the new Space Force, so I wanted to send you my application as soon as possible. Continue reading “My application for the Space Force!”