And Now, for my 400th Post

Talking about nothing in particular.

Four hundred posts equals out to something like 0.22 posts per day over a five-year period, if I did the math right. Never been very good at math, something I’m judged on, it would seem.

I’ve noticed people are quite critical of you if you don’t match their version of intelligence. Even so-called friends are critical. As if you aren’t good enough just being a friend; you have to conform to their ideal of education and/or intelligence.

Well, not me, honey.

You like me for who and what I am or you go away. Period.

And now, beets:

Beets.

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About WonderGoon

WonderGoon is seeking enlightenment and questions everything.
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4 Responses to And Now, for my 400th Post

  1. Skatha says:

    I get hives when I have to do more than basic math… and even then I’m a little iffy, so I’m right there with you, brother. 🙂

    ❤ the beets.

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    • WonderGoon says:

      Yeah, I hate math. I mean, I can do the basics, and I know how to use a calculator if I run into something I can’t manage without one, but, I start to sweat if I have to do anything higher than algebra.

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  2. storydad says:

    I suck at math, which is sad because my job requires a lot of it. Fortunately, I do not suck at spreadsheets, and I have computers all over.

    I also love beets, both plain and pickled, and with both thousand island or ranch dressing.

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