The screen name: We're all along for the ride. That's all there is: no driver, no destination. If we want something else, it's for us to make up. And I think it would be good to have someone to share the trip and the humor.
or: "Life is a carnival."
It is thrilling to watch my children grow (26 and 28).
Maybe it's more open mindedness than willingness.
Or in other words: it's for selling each things we don't need or want (derivatives!). It used to be for carnies offering us a chance at three card monte. Yet still I'm looking for someone smart.
I'm deliberately ignoring the trouble that organized religion gets us into.
And to all you would-be editors: I know that a preposition is a bad thing to end a sentence with.
Is it better to be a sarcastic than a cynic? They're both almost too easy.
Is this all a farce? Was that too trite?
A lot of the time the reel is simply running free and uncensored, with the "for amusement purposes only" label attached.
Well, OK. The boy doesn't play well with dress up. I'd have to think about going somewhere where I (absolutely, positively) couldn't wear Levis. But then again, I'm accommodating enough that you could probably take me shopping (codependent he is).
I might want to rethink the complicated. Let's say "interesting" instead.