Tag Archives: Tim Stobierski

Jack loves Jill

but Jill doesn’t love Jack, Jill loves Andy, who has a mustache and works the next cubicle over, next to the fax machine; and Andy, when he gets up to fax his expense reports out to the central office, smiles … Continue reading

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Permaculture

            “Let’s plant a weekend, water it, and watch a summer grow.”                                                                                                 –The Home Depot But why stop there? Let’s plant a summer and harvest a year, till in the year and get back a decade. It’s all in the soil, … Continue reading

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Unleavened Love

My sister couldn’t have a baby so I made her one of bread (I’m a baker by trade and it was the obvious thing to do) I mixed the dough and let it rise formed him into shape fired him … Continue reading

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