Day 2940: Complaining

For the last four years, I’ve been complaining about the U.S. President and the enablers of his outrageous behaviors.

I’m looking forward to not complaining about our President, very soon.

Do you see any complaining in my latest images?

I actually did a little complaining to Michael about last night’s dinner, because (1) it was the second sandwich in a row and (2) it wasn’t pasta. As I said in my tweet above, I’m looking forward to more of that kind of complaining.

I’m not complaining about finding this video about complaining on YouTube:

I am complaining about my sleep pattern lately: I wake up way too early and have trouble falling back asleep. I’m hoping I’ll be doing less complaining about my sleep after the inauguration on Wednesday.

James Taylor is complaining in “Angry Blues.”

I won’t be complaining if you share some complaining in the comments section, below.

I’m so grateful for all who tolerate my complaining, including YOU!

Categories: insomnia, life during the pandemic, personal growth, photojournalism | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | 18 Comments

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18 thoughts on “Day 2940: Complaining

  1. In army cookhouses the Orderly Officer would go round asking if there were “any complaints?”. An oft heard response was “No Sir, I’ve eaten them!”

  2. i’ve got no complaints really, in the scheme of things.

  3. Oh, Ann. I have an appointment and now my county reports a shortage in vaccine received for this week’s scheduled shots.

  4. You once wrote a post once about the “Shouldva, wouldva and coudlva’s” in life. I know I complain when I hear these.

  5. puella33

    Maybe you can’t sleep because you’re worried about the inauguration-

  6. I think I’m still complaining about the usual things, so I’m looking forward to being able to just complaining about the usual things.

  7. I’m looking forward to complaining about mundane things again after tomorrow. I would never complain about your photos or this blog though….☺️

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