Late

Because today is Be Late For Something Day, our Sunday Scribblings prompt for this week is Late. If you decide to write a post based on this week’s prompt, be sure to go back here and share your link so everyone can see how you interpreted things! Here’s what I did with it… I am very rarely late … Continue reading Late

Sunday Scribblings #69 – Late

Each Wednesday I post a new prompt here at The Confusing Middle. Be as creative as you want with the prompt and post something over on your own blog. Then come back here and leave a comment with your link so that everyone can check out your post and see your take on this week’s … Continue reading Sunday Scribblings #69 – Late

Question of the Week #99

You are driving late at night in a safe but deserted neighborhood when a dog suddenly darts in front of your car. Though you slam on the brakes, you hit the animal. Would you stop to see how injured the animal was? If you did so and found that the dog was dead but had … Continue reading Question of the Week #99

Working Late

This is a tale of Christmas past. It's a story from a once upon a time when I worked retail at the Old Navy. Most of what follows is true. Some of it is an exaggeration. The store stayed open later during the holidays to accommodate shoppers who were unable to get their shopping done … Continue reading Working Late

How To Be Perpetually Early

The other night, I found myself involved in a conversation debating the merits of showing up early or late to any given event. I happened to mention that I have this tendency to arrive perpetually early to just about everything. A friend of mine said that she would like to have that problem. I'm here … Continue reading How To Be Perpetually Early

Questions of the Week #68 & 69

Well kids, I was out of town last weekend and did not have a chance to post the Question of the Week on Saturday. I also did not take the opportunity to post it a day late on Sunday, which I typically do when I'm unable to get it out on the regular day. Since … Continue reading Questions of the Week #68 & 69