Along the way she runs into former classmate Patton Oswalt who we are meant to pity because of his handicaps, but he winds up pitying Mavis for her alcoholism and overall pathetic lifestyle. Mavis was the popular girl in school who never really grew up but is determined to show everyone that she’s a successful writer. I mean, she gets manicures and pedicures on a regular basis, to me that means you’re an adult.
Am I identifying with Joe? Something to dissect with my therapist sometime.
“In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separately but equal important groups. The police who investigate crime, and the District Attorney who prosecute the offenders, these are their stories…” DUN DUN!
You know what isn’t fun? Being the orphan at your co-workers FAMILY Thanksgiving that you’ve been dragged to. I should know, I’ve done it more times than I can count.
You sit in the dark propped upright on a stationary bike wondering: how in the world did I get myself here at 6 am and why am I so awake? It’s the loud music and disco ball that initially wakes you, and the workout itself is the first splash of cold water of the day... … Continue reading Zenergy
Hi there! I'm not very good at introducing myself in person, not sure why I would be any better here, but I'll try. Previous wanderer PA>MD>CA>AK>HI>CO> now settled in Morgantown, West Virginia. Radio gal since 2008, it's been the longest love of my life, followed by my husband John who I've been married to since … Continue reading Nice to Meet me