Pandemonium

I’m currently responsible for 3 kids, I probably have COVID, the Dean gave us an overnight budget-cutting exercise, we’ve started a noisy construction project in the backyard at the same time as the city decided to fix the road in front, I’ve been asked to serve as a witness at an emergency wedding, Castellanos Moya released a sequel to Moronga, one of the kids isn’t eating anything because she’s sick and the food tastes like garbage, another kid isn’t eating anything because he’s in a stage, a program review is starting at my department, and I’m planning to cook an Indian dish of split peas with beets.

In short, it’s a pandemonium here.

7 thoughts on “Pandemonium

    1. “an emergency wedding”

      one possibility:

      Here comes the Bride,
      Running for all she’s worth.
      Let’s get her married,
      Before she gives birth…

      the other thought is related to la migra

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        1. “Nobody cares about pregnancy out of wedlock anymore”

          Very North American phrasing. It’s never been a special issue in Poland where until recently visibly pregnant brides were absolutely routine.

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        2. That’s right. They only have 90 days, right? I had a coworker in a similar situation—the couple ended up doing a civil ceremony and then going all out for a larger thing a year or so later. That time crunch is crazy.

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