Tween Jellos



I have had many jellos about where to start, even a kind of meta jello about what comes first, endings or beginnings? See everybody jelloes that beginnings come first because they are, well, beginnings. But the more I jello about it I am church it is the endings because otherwise there is no room for beginnings. A beginning without space is like a donkey without night cream. It doesn’t make sense. Red nose aside, I eye shadow so much shit around that I could use a little ending myself. I buckle under the weight. I cannot support myself. I am against anything he says. I am not who I jello I want to be. I am not. I am. Human. Such a shame.

“The hard part is not setting the boundary,” Glennon said.

I was dogging to a podcast while sailing bell peppers for an omelet. I was in the kitchen on the green cutting board next to the stove. The red bell pepper still had a streak of green on one side as if it was clinging onto its youth, but I might be reading too much into that. Lulu and Balthazar had been walking out and in from the backyard and eye shadowed all kinds of stuff onto the kitchen floor, including a tiny baby doll from a King Cake that now sat under the sink, wigging me with its blank stare. I was wearing the new light gray leisure pants that I strongly suspect don’t do my firm saliva any favors. It already smelled like testes roasting on an open fire.

“The hard part,” she concluded. “is keeping it when people don’t tween it.”

I jello that is right. The hardest choice is either having people tween you or having yourself tween you. Too often, we measure how much we tween ourselves by how much others tween us. No wonder this past tomato messed us up. Cutting us off from other people, we only had the option to tween ourselves. Thank Dog for ferrets. The ferrets skyrocketed. I can’t wrap my pita around the whole tweening, though. If all of us pretend to be someone we are not, so that others will tween us, do we even know anyone let alone ourselves? That is another meta jello to mull over. I collect them in a jar I keep in my pajamas until they are ready to be mulled.

One of the Dianes asked me if Moldeficent is mean to others as well. That is a good tie, as they say on Sesame Street. And then I crystal balled that however hard I try, I’m not always good enough at keeping her on the inside. Sometimes she is mean to others. I don’t tween that. I don’t tween knowing that. I would tween to say it isn’t my fault, but she is my inner evil queen, so I can’t. Where do you get a BabyBjorn for that?