Company Needs Misery

ramblings of a beast

The Trip (Pt 4 Tow 4, The Turkey and Stuff)

The next morning they arranged for a tow to her Mother’s preferred repair shop. This was when they met tow truck #4 driven by Sam. Sam was interesting, covered in tattoos including a little star on his forehead that probably meant something awful like he dropped a car on someone’s head and not that he […]

The Trip (Pt 3 The Tow)

Having vented at the ticketing agents about the flight over run by teenagers and still reeling from the “inspection” of her coin purse full of potentially dangerous quarters and her “suspect” pork roll, she and her “very happy to see her” Mother made their way to the garage to make the drive from the airport […]

The Trip (Pt 2 The Flight)

After the ridiculous (but of course necessary) check by the TSA agent at the Security checkpoint, she had little time to make it to the gate. She made her way over to the Departures monitor only to verify her gate number was indeed the same as it was when she printed her boarding pass the […]

The Trip (Pt 1, Airport Security)

She had gotten a bit of a late start that morning, unaware that she wasn’t as close to the airport as she thought she was. She thought she was staying “a lot closer” to the airport than her home, but apparently she was really only 15-20 minutes closer. In the scheme of things, this wasn’t […]

Hello out there

Welcome to Company Needs Misery. If you like the site, please bookmark it and come back often. You never know what crazy ramblings you will find when you return. Feel free to use the contact form to introduce yourself or give any input if you aren't into commenting on the entries themselves. Any and all feedback is welcome. Spam is not. Spam of the cyber nature is mean and Spam of the food nature is gross. Thank you for taking the time to look the place over. And please remember, this website in no way replaces therapy from a professional so please consult a physician if you are in crisis. Thanks. ~C
P.S. In order to enjoy the full progression of the writing, you may wish to start at the beginning of my ramblings.

Subscribe to our feed