It's been my experience that truth actually IS stranger than fiction. Which is why I write creative nonfiction. Being a memoirist means I don't really have to use my imagination. I can just write my life. Which no one could dream up, anyway. . . .
Wow. The power of the blog!I posted just the graphic a few minutes ago and very quickly thereafter, a girlfriend offered me a drug that turns out to be a benzo. I LOVE Valium and Valium is a benzo...and my in-house expert, DH2B, says I'd probably like her Tranxene, although it's best for sleeping. . . .
An Engineer s Guide to Cats @ Yahoo! Video . . .
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There's a new puppy cam up and I can barely get myself ready to go out. They look like Riley did when he was a baby, only a little bigger. I could watch them for hours!I can't get it to post, but go here and you'll find it.http://cdn1.ustream.tv/swf/4/viewer.45.swf?cid=340232 . . .
Riley is relaxing in front of the floor length mirror, barking at his own image. We are going out to dinner tonight with Auntie Helen and Little Dude. Grillsmith now has a dog patio and we're going to try it out. You realize this could mean nothing but trouble.Helen mentioned that maybe "the boys" . . .
Death by Shoppers – Haunted by Wal-MartNew America Media, Commentary, Rene Ciria-Cruz, Posted: Dec 08, 2008 Editor’s Note: The death of a Wal-Mart employee in a shopper stampede on Black Friday wasn’t just a bizarre, tragic start to the holiday shopping season in a recession economy. The problem . . .
A former client, now retired thanks to the real estate crash, sent this today. There's an incredible amount of truth and inspiration in it. When you click on the site, next click on View Presentation, then let it load. Posted with love. . . .
Today I had lunch with a new business prospect who was actually a big California client of mine around 8 years ago. He took a job here in Fla. and I went with a colleague to reconnect with him in his new job.He comes out, we exchange hugs (yes, I hug my clients, God knows how I get away with it, but . . .
When Riley & I went out for a walk we saw this limo parked across from our house. I waited for 10 bridesmaids to exit, or at least a handful of couples returning from wine tasting (yes, very northern California) but no, it was empty. I just thought it was fairly obscene...what is it, an . . .