Why do bruises make good stories…

…if grass stains don’t? and other questions that run through your mind after the sixth hour in the car. Such as…

  • Why do people have such a strong urge to look for the rainbow?
  • Why does no one stop their car in a rainstorm to get out and jump in puddles?
  • Why do we seek information about other people from everyone except them?
  • Why do police officers never drive red cars?
  • Who invented hugs?
  • Do turkeys know they taste good?
  • If eyes cry and mouths turn down, how do ears express emotion?
  • What does it mean to love and support someone?
  • How much do good intentions count?
  • What does joy smell like? How about sadness?
I’m feeling philosophical tonight. How about you?
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The author of Snark on the Side is not your average run-of-the-millennial generation. Jen is a contradiction in terms: a graceful klutz, a smart blond, a math-savvy English degree-holder, a southern liberal, and an adult amateur equestrian who doesn’t match her saddle pads. Snark on the Side is a work in progress, born out of years of rambling email newsletters and anthropomorphized Christmas letters, small town observations, and the ever-present irony of pursuing a career with a degree in English literature. Thanks for visiting!

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