There’s Snow Under My Feet and Potatoes in My Mouth

There’s snow under my feet, and potatoes in my mouth is a fancy way of saying I’m eating a French fries cornet on the slopes. My feet and jaws jam in harmony. They go crunch-crunch. It’s cold fusion jazzy. My skis on the right are standing at attention. They are hoping for a bite. Dressed … Continue reading There’s Snow Under My Feet and Potatoes in My Mouth

Parents MUST NOT Disturb an Online Lesson by Asking the Teacher Questions

https://www.pexels.com/@julia-m-cameron With lockdown in force and online schooling due to start next week, we feel bad for our little snowflake. He’s only twelve. As we all know, the second year of middle school is crucial in a successful academic career. And we can see how much the situation is distressing to him. He can’t relax … Continue reading Parents MUST NOT Disturb an Online Lesson by Asking the Teacher Questions

We’re getting heartbroken anyway, maybe it’s worth a try to test different ways?

Credit: https://unsplash.com/@eddrobertson When I moved to the big city for my studies at 17 years old, I sorely missed the community we had created with my friends from the village. We weren’t formally living together, but practically we were. Since middle school, the four of us had been braiding the strands of our lives together. … Continue reading We’re getting heartbroken anyway, maybe it’s worth a try to test different ways?

Tales of Tinderland – Garlic

«And then I asked: «Do you remember if she likes garlic?», and he fucking didn’t! Which could be ok, I mean, everyone can forget things sometimes. But he didn’t even care about it. What a jerk! Can you picture that? Unbelievable, right?» Credit: https://www.pexels.com/@karolina-grabowska Pakul was looking at Clara, his Tinder date, trying hard not … Continue reading Tales of Tinderland – Garlic