Wacky and Wonderful Library: A carrot instead of a husband

A short story by Alex Natalian Grandmother was a full-busted, Latin woman with red hair and a scowl that could scare a scarecrow.  She wore pink and orange.  She chuckled Read More …

Random yes/no question: please answer

A bit of bad humor. Best to ignore. Read More …

Wacky and Wonderful Library: Step into my room with a few extra letters

The following is a handout from the Wacky and Wonderful Recovery Workbook. Remember that inner kid, the one who loves life and imagines a brilliant future?  Okay, now imagine that Read More …

4 FAQ about you

This article was supposed to be about our upcoming book,  Wacky and Wonderful Recovery Workbook (WW), but it isn’t.  We got distracted.  You are so very interesting. Today’s FAQ’s are about you, not Read More …

Humor

Welcome to the Wacky and Wonderful Library’s “Unusual and Rather Odd” Section, a.k.a. the Humor section.  That first sentence was a mouthful.  The authors apologize for any discomfort and encourage you Read More …

Wacky & Wonderful Recovery: Recovery goes to the movies!

The following worksheet is taken from the Wacky and Wonderful Recovery Workbook, a creative, humored, and evidence-based manual to help people in recovery from addiction stay clean and get the Read More …

This website doesn’t come with ostriches.

The authors regret to inform their readers that this website doesn’t come with ostriches.  No music, drum lessons, trips to Russia, or cruises around the world either. Read More …