fidesquaerens (marta_bee) wrote,

in which my life may be many things, but it is never normal

We apparently don’t have a houseguest anymore. How do I know this? Because there’s one less toothbrush in the cup in the bathroom. This is how I always figure out that A.’s friends have left. I don’t mind! It just amuses me that we could have an axe-murderer sleeping on the futon and I wouldn’t know it if they kept their toothbrush in their bag.

Also, from a recent CFP from a philosophy journal:

Over the past year, our review time has averaged 46 days; about half the time, it’s even faster than that.

Well, yes. Isn’t that generally how averages work? *snickers*

Originally published at Faith Seeking Understanding. You can comment here or there.

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