“What fresh hell is this?” is
- a book about the writer, wit, and self-proclaimed “wisecracker” Dorothy Parker,
- a variation of a phrase Dorothy Parker would say when her doorbell rang (“What fresh hell can this be?”),
- something I’ve considered using for a voicemail greeting, and
- a thought I often have when I check the news.
Because I was dealing with so many fresh hells yesterday, I have only two fresh photos today.
Some people consider their birthdays a fresh hell, or at least a fresh realization that they’re growing old. I don’t see my birthday — February 2 — as a fresh hell. I see each birthday as a fresh start.
Here are some fresh ideas about how to cope with fresh hells:
- Share your fresh hells with people you trust.
- Try on a fresh perspective.
- Raise hell by taking one fresh step.
- Eat some fresh food.
- Get some re-fresh-ing sleep.
- Make a fresh comment on somebody’s fresh blog.
How do you deal with fresh hells?
There are a lot of hellish fresh hells on YouTube, but I’m choosing “What Fresh Hell is This?” by Gilbert Neal.
Fresh thanks to all who helped me create today’s fresh hell of a post and — of course! — to YOU.