My New Favorite, Part 1: Bearpaw Slippers

I haven’t worn slippers since my 20s. That last pair looked like colorful puffy sneakers. When I was a teenager I had some fluffy animal-shaped slippers (I don’t even remember what the animal was). After I lost interest in those sneaker slippers, I started to just wear socks around the house. That is until I found BearPaw slippers.

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Sometimes… Boomerang

Sometimes when the world (or the USA) doesn’t make sense, all that’s left is Boomerang

I just love the Loony Toons! They make sense with their literature and time period references. Bugs Bunny and the gang always helped me “gut-laugh” when I needed it most.

Cartoons are the stress releasers we need. My dad watched them before he went to work. I remember hearing him laughing while I was getting ready for school. I didn’t fully appreciate his morning cartoon routine then. I get it now.

I realize that I need more moments of laughter. My work stress will never change. ( It hasn’t for 26 years.) So, I need to change how I manage that stress.

Bugs Bunny may not be the final answer. However, he may lead me back to the path of my toon joy! Signature in Burgundy cursive spelling out T. Lanette.

Tuesday Laughs: Courage the Cowardly Dog


Sometimes life under the U.S. regime gets so stressful, I need a laugh. I splurged for Boomerang because I’m a cartoon-type-of-girl. Looney Toons, Flintstones, Jetsons…I love them all. It’s only Tuesday, but I needed some Courage the Cowardly DogThat dog, Muriel, and Eustace… living in the middle of Nowhere… were classic. I hope Courage has retired to somewhere nice without Muriel and her husband. That dog deserves a rest after saving her from death. But tonight, he gave me the laugh I needed.