or worthy of the millions of dollars spent on it for Super Bowl? . . .
Tomorrow is Groundhog's Day.Punxatawney Phil is preparing for the onslaught of media.Can't say as I blame him. I've often wanted to prepare this way for media meetings. . . .
It's a Rubik's Cube for a lazy person. Pretty funny, no?I was going to say it's a lazy day, and it is, but i haven't been that lazy. I've put most of my stuff together to pack for Nashville, made some progress on my vision board, played with Riley, talked on the phone, looked at real estate on line . . .
I knew Tampa had hit rock bottom this morning when I saw our local cable channel interview Paris Hilton at Jackson's last night. She, and tons of other celebs, are here for the SuperBowl. (As I write, it's really football weather--38 degrees. In Florida.) Traffic is just craziness. So it was only . . .
SUZANNE SOMERS revealed to Oprah's audience on Thursday that her daily routine of vaginal hormone injections and pill popping has helped her beat the “Seven Dwarfs of Menopause": Itchy, Bitchy, Sleepy, Sweaty, Bloated, Forgetful and All Dried Up.No lie. And she didn't make up those names, they were . . .
During yesterday's photo shoot for our website, my partner and I asked our photographer, George, to take some fun shots of us talking, laughing and kibitzing. When I saw the digital shots a few minutes later I was struck by how clearly our affection for each other came through. We really do like . . .
It's a happy Friday. I don't even need "calming pills." Even though the Super Bowl crowds are here, traffic is a mess and town is crowded. I am going to ignore it all.But I do LOVE this collage. It's called Sisters of Revolution.Happy Friday afternoon to one and all. It's even afternoon in . . .
While visiting family in Sicily about 17 years ago, I had the most perfect pear. Ripe. Sweet. Juicy. Not too soft, not too firm. Sicilian pears must be bred for taste, not trucking. Ah, great metaphor for what's gone wrong here in the States. Tasteless, tough pears.I remember that trip well. The . . .
We get high with a little help from our friends.(and I mean that in the purest of ways!) ;-)However, it does bring to mind my friend who grows marijuana in California, and that day I felt like I'd fallen through the looking glass.......that was the day I saw three huge boxes of buds in her living . . .
I was talking with an older woman yesterday, and she pointed out that it's important to live now. "Time," she said, "waits for no one."By the time we get to middle age or beyond, time seems to pass in the blink of an eye. There's no time to put off the joys of life.What's tough is that so many . . .
Italia. Piemonte. Settembre. Tangible.Can't wait! . . .
There's something about Brian Andreas, the way he captures deep feelings and great emotion using dialogue in a very creative way. I love words and I relate better to them than to visuals. So it's no surprise that I have most of his StoryPeople books, two of his wooden wall sculptures and at least a . . .
A PETA ad's been rejected for airing during the SuperBowl because it seemed too much like porn. Veggie porn, you might say. So one of my favorite bloggers, Michael K from dlisted.com, just had to post this British flash from the past. Which he considers the best veggie porn of all.The Brits do have . . .
You're right. I just haven't felt like writing lately. That's because I'm in an unusual space where nothing's new, and everything's new. At the same time. What's old is new. What's new is old. Eventually, I'll write about it. But not just yet.Meanwhile, my partner and I are preparing to head to . . .
It's as easy to expect something fantabulous (such as a miracle) as it is to expect disaster.And a lot less stressful. . . .
Riley had a fun weekend of play and barking, but now it's Monday and he doesn't want to get out of bed. Neither do I! . . .