I just got a spam call from a 999-1234. That doesn’t even look like a real phone number, are you even trying.
I have 12oz of heavy cream left over from a recipe, what should I do with it?
Many people have their own little thoughts and symbols of hope. For some it might be a sunrise or a rainbow, maybe a quote on their wall.
For me, my favorite little signs of hope are radishes.
Yes, the vegetable.
I grow radishes every year. While I like them, I’m not obsessed over their taste; but I really enjoy growing them in my garden. Radishes are the first plant to sprout in the spring, before the other root and leaf vegetables.
When you first start a garden, precariously tending to a plot of dirt can be discouraging, even for people who don’t thrive on instant gratification. You have no idea what’s going on or if you’re doing the right thing, there’s no sort of feedback or confirmation.
Then the radishes sprout, and it’s like their little leaves are saying “You did it! You’re doing a good job after all! Keep going!”
It’s eerie how many symptoms of pregnancy you can have and not be pregnant.
Modern Day Monsters
- Vampires who support blood banks and organize special medical programs for vampires to legally obtain blood
- Werewolves who join the police K-9 force due to their heightened canine senses that aid them in investigations
- Ghosts becoming therapists and motivational speakers for the recently deceased to help them adjust to the afterlife
- Zombies becoming assistants to morticians to ensure the dead are handled fairly and that they look their best for their new afterlife
- Mummies working with historians and architects to restore and preserve ancient Egyptian monuments and relics
- Frankenstein monsters joining the medical field to help research human medicine
- Swamp creatures reintroducing and tracking endangered aquatic and marsh wildlife