Euphemisms – December 30, 2020

          Most of my adult1 life, I traveled for work, usually in desolate late-night or early-morning hours.  That was because off-hours flights were cheaper or seats only then available, or interstates congestion-free.  Breaks between insanely pressing projects and fires to be peed-on allowed no downtime, no luxury for planning.            Before that I was a Navy brat. Continue reading “Euphemisms – December 30, 2020”