Browsing All posts tagged under »getting lost«

When GPSs Collide

July 14, 2014


Life in the Boomer Lane has noticed very lately that her two GPS systems (car and phone) have decided to join both the Middle East and Congress in their inability to cooperate in any way whatsoever. At exactly the same moment, they (the phone and the car) chose to enter a state of reality so […]

When Good GPS’s Go Bad

July 15, 2013


The circumstances of Life in the Boomer Lane’s jet set lifestyle involved Now Husband making a reservation at a hotel near the Newark Airport, picking her up at the airport, and driving to the hotel. LBL will give you no other details about where she was coming from, why she and Now Husband had to […]

Getting Found by Getting Lost

April 25, 2013


Just in case Life in the Boomer Lane hasn’t mentioned it enough, her entire life has been impacted by her inability to get from point A to point B without the aid of a brain transplant. The history of her dysfunction has resulted in, among other things, 1. The dissolution of her first marriage 2. […]

My GPS Has A Different Accent Than Yours

February 10, 2012


(The following is the 11th in my series, “Old Posts to Dredge out on Slow Weekends Because When I Posted Them Originally People Cared More About the Economy and World Peace Than My Blog.” This one, though, was actually my first Freshly Pressed post, so a lot of people did see it.) I have a GPS […]

Living in An Upside Down World

July 18, 2010


Thanks to the good folks who spend their time discovering obscure illnesses that nobody should ever know about, Life in the Boomer Lane now knows she has DEVELOPMENTAL TOPOGRAPHICAL DISORIENTATION or, it’s more roll-off-the-tongue name, TOPOGRAPHAGNOSIA. This dysfunction is manifested by a belief that when one is asleep, crews of people are out in DC, […]