Love Crazy? Love crazy? A friend once said. “One piece of crazy at a time”. Good advice. That said, the urge to drop just a few more pieces of crazy is strong, maybe not as strong as the force in young Padawan but close. “No! Try not. Do. Or do not. There is no try.”-Yoda… Continue reading Love Crazy? One Beautiful Piece at a Time.
I am sure there is more than one way to skin a cat. It’s not something I have contemplated, which is probably a good thing. In todays world of political correctness, it’s not a phrase one hears that often. I wonder how many ways there are? I’ll leave you to ponder, just don’t ponder too… Continue reading One More Way To Skin A Cat? (Part One)
Look, it’s Sunday night and I have about an hour to spin some words before I head into the fuzzy zone. After fifty four years, I’m a cynophilist was the best I could do. Until the day before yesterday I had no idea what the word meant. In fact I had never heard of it.… Continue reading Cynophilist. After Fifty-Four Years, I’m A Cynophilist
Close Your Eyes Close your eyes, take a deep breath, scream. Those are wise words. I have followed these simple instructions many times. Humour me, just do it. I always wonder what other people see when they close their eyes. I mean, it doesn’t keep me awake at night or anything like that. You need… Continue reading Close Your Eyes, Take A Deep Breath, Scream
Captivate, Irony And New Careers. Captivate and irony are such a juicy words, no two ways around it. Another juicy word that conjures wonderment and awe is spellbinding. We’ll start with captivate. It’s the first word in the title of a book. Also, it may well be on my ‘must read’ list. “Captivate: The Science… Continue reading Captivate, Irony And New Careers
I have my youngest to thank for “I’m Confused, Or, Now I Understand”. I say youngest, he’s eighteen. As we know, it’s no longer a tender age. I remember seeing the world through my own, wise, eighteen year old eyes. Now, the truth is, as I look now, it’s really no age at all. I’m… Continue reading I’m Confused, Or, Now I understand?
‘In With The Old Out With The New (Who Needs New Tricks) is a bit like “Out with the bad air, in with the good”. Courtesy of the late, great Peter Sellers, playing the role of Inspector Clouseau. Good times indeed. Anyway, good morning one and all (probably just one). Welcome to yet another rheumatoid… Continue reading In With The Old Out With The New
Have to say, head hangs, it’s one of my pet peeves. Things that should work but don’t. Why? Well, without psychoanalysing myself to much, maybe it’s because it makes me feel inadequate. Harsh But True Maybe that’s a tad harsh, it doesn’t make me feel inadequate per se, more, it frustrates me and that’s because… Continue reading Things That Should Work (but don’t)