Day 265. Walking to an early morning work event today in the fair city of Dublin. Cool, crisp and sunny. My favorite. I love the leaves falling and scattering — no denying summer is over. I saw this more than once on my 20-minute walk from train to venue .... empties. Vodka, beer, gin, cheap … Continue reading Message in a bottle
Day 263. “I feel sorry for people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're going to feel all day." -Jack Lemmon, in Under the Yum Yum Tree (1963). I used to think was a pretty funny line. The cool guys from the Rat Pack - Frank … Continue reading I feel sorry for people who don’t drink
Day 259. I love the ever-brash, often outrageous Russell Brand. Not so much his latest look - a man bun and new icky beard; but hey, that's his choice 🙂 A former addict and wild child, Russell is now years into sobriety. He’s still hilarious, cheeky and quite wise now in his sobriety. You can see … Continue reading A formula for happier
Day 257. Lay's Potato Chips used to run ad campaigns around "Bet you can't eat just one!" They tapped into the psyche of many people. I know for myself, it's quite difficult to eat just one chip. You open the bag and keep a steady pace of bag to mouth, and before you know it … Continue reading Bet you can’t eat just one!
Day 255. A friend of mine is an accomplished and successful writer, author, and also an expert on the topic of Love Addiction. Ethlie Ann Vare writes about self-abandonment on her blog - as it relates to love relationships. Her post resonated right off the page - directly into my heart. I'm going to be very honest … Continue reading Self-abandonment issues
Day 254. I'm back from a vacation with my high school gang of girls. We spent it out in Cape Cod - in a pretty idyllic setting. What a treasure to have lifelong friends together for a week. Fifty years of friendships. And the first time in ages we spent a week with just us … Continue reading Easy Peasy