Author Archives: msplayful

About msplayful

I am someone who finds life humorous and often share my views with friends and co-workers. Since I've been told I should be a stand-up comedian, I thought I'd see how well I could do at writing funny things that happen, or that happen in my head.

Is Anything Funny Any More?

Having a rough day and considering deleting this blog entirely. Is anything funny any more? We have comedians who think (Kathy Griffin and Alec Baldwin, for two) who think that holding up the (fake) head of a current President of … Continue reading

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When You Can’t Find A Kleenex

My old dog has seasonal allergies, according to her vet. Her nose has been runny all spring. The other day my son noticed me wiping the dog’s nose for her and I told him she couldn’t do it for herself, … Continue reading

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Hunter’s Duet On The Keyboard

I spoke to a couple of friends about how my cat is drawn to my new musical keyboard. I have always wanted to know how to play one. I recently bought one for myself and was surprised to find that … Continue reading

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Tramp

When I was married, I had a little Yorkshire Terrier named Honey. One day a stray dog showed up in our yard and he looked hungry, so I fed him. By the time my husband noticed him hanging around and … Continue reading

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Freudian Slip?

If I notice an error when proofreading what I’ve typed, was it a Freudian slip? Freud·i·an slip ˌfroidēən ˈslip/ noun an unintentional error regarded as revealing subconscious feelings.

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Not a Penny Left

I took one of my sons out for dinner last night. I insisted on picking up the check. I enjoy spending money on those I love. I know my sons worry about my finances, but until I have to ask … Continue reading

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I Can See Clearly . . .

Old people’s eyelids are so thin that when they close their eyes and tell you they’re “just resting their eyes”, they’re really still watching you.

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