"I was thinking that after we get your meds, we could go to the bar and watch sports. Just don't order a drink because you know what an addict you are."
Sunday, August 28, 2016
Saturday, August 27, 2016
I'm hoping this means that tomorrow we will get to watch Mary write her column at the computer. I'm sure it will be full of wonderful advice about the importance of parents engaging with their children, even when they are adults, and making sure they have plenty of Vicodin to take away their pain.
Thursday, August 25, 2016
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Sunday, August 21, 2016
In yesterday's secret message, I acknowledged that blueberry pie is on my list of top two pies. I consider myself a bit of an expert at eating blueberry pie. But not even I would even DREAM of serving blueberry pie, with its runny compote and staining juices in my LIVING ROOM. Mary Worth, I am in awe of you. Awe.
Saturday, August 20, 2016
So, yesterday, long-time Citizen Kit-Kat asked the question of questions: How many days before Mary shows up with pie and platitudes? Answer: One. I for one am eager to hear Mary's advice on overcoming opiate addiction. Of course, as I recall, she was a passive bystander in Tommy's exam room when the former convict/addict was prescribed the Vicodin in the first place, so she may not have a lot of knowledge on the subject. But why should that stop her?
I love reading everyone's comments. The Citizens of Santa Royale are great! Just a reminder to keep it family friendly, or the Condo Board may issue a memo. And trust me, none of us wants that to happen.
Friday, August 19, 2016
Tommy's right. There isn't much he can do about it. The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 only protects employees of companies with 50 or more employees within a 75 mile range. So unless Jerry has franchised or expanded his operations in the greater Santa Royale metro area (GSRMA), Tommy really can't file an unlawful discharge suit. Let's face it, Tommy only got this job when long-time customer Wilbur Weston cashed in on a chit to impress his on-again off-again Iris. But now, with Wilbur overseas writing survival stories, there's not really much he can do to force Jerry to keep Tommy on. Of course, with Wilbur out of town, Jerry is doomed to bankruptcy anyways, so it really doesn't matter.
Thursday, August 18, 2016
It looks like Tommy is beginning to come to terms with the fact that he's fallen into the bottomless pool. Acceptance is the First Step, Tommy. Olive Taylor may have also liked the song Private Idaho, but unlike Olive, Tommy won't be showing up in Mary's dreams. At least not in the same way. I'm not sure even Mary Worth can save Tommy now.