The world is crazier than most people know. But I know. I was a clinical social worker for forty years. I am a witness. I retired from social work to write about the sad, the mad, and the savage; with whom I have spent most of my life. I have decided to translate these stories into fiction, because, as a co-worker once said, "You couldn't make this sh*t up. No one would believe you."

Monday, January 23, 2012

A New Blog Item: Quotable Quotes and Statements of Interest

Take note: from now on I will include a weekly feature of some pertinent short statement of interest.

This week's offering:

"Fill what's empty, empty what's full, and scratch where it itches."   ___Martha's Vineyard Ferry, bathroom wall, 1969


  1. Great quote, Janey. It's originally by Alice Longworth Roosevelt, Teddy Roosevelt's daughter. You'd like her. She was quite the free spirit.

    1. OMG, I thought it was by some drunk on the ferry! All these 'bout that. :)