True Story

Marion on September 3, 2017

I’m sitting around on a bleak Sunday afternoon. The sky is white and it’s unusually cold for Labor Day Weekend. The better-half is away on one of his work-related do-gooding trips to a developing country. Usually, I use his away time to get shit done, by which I mean household crafty stuff like redoing the […]

Continue reading about Are My Cats Enabling My Depression?

Marion on November 27, 2016

In the future we will all be Uber drivers, except for a few lucky passengers, and because we will be so many, we’ll work twenty hour days for loose change, until Uber goes to robot-cars, at which point we’ll all be eating our young.

Continue reading about My Gig Economy

Marion on November 18, 2016

(I’ve got to start writing content for this blog again. In the meantime, I’m reposting this piece from November, which holds up well I think.) (11/18/16) At this moment, I’m sitting in New York’s Winter Garden, across the street from One World Trade. It was the first place to be rebuilt after 9/11. It’s difficult […]

Continue reading about The New Normal Will Never Be Normal

Marion on October 17, 2016

As this will probably be the only way I will EVER get my name in the New Yorker, I am thrilled to announce that I have won this week’s New Yorker cartoon contest. I’d show you my winning entry, but I’m afraid they’d sue me, so you can go here and see it for yourself. […]

Continue reading about New Yorker Caption Win!

Marion on July 24, 2016

Just a brief, belated shout-out to our rescue tabby, Walter. Last week he was Cat of the Day, and you can read all about him at the link. The story also led to more hits on this video of Walter and I going out for a walk: I keep saying one day I will write […]

Continue reading about Our Cat of the Day