* This sculpture figures prominently at one of my worksites. I'm always fixated on the three breasts.
* Sometimes life is like a University of Pain. It's the extracurricular activities that bring joy and love.
* The thing about "coming out" is this: Life is ultimately easier to live when you have nothing to hide. This is the most compelling argument I can offer.
* Jobs that reward dishonesty: salesperson, politician, lobbyist, evangelist.
* You learn by doing, not by reading. Until you do it, it's only a supposition.
* I've noticed that trees generally lose their leaves from the top down. In spring, the leaves appear first at the bottom and then rise to the top. So. The lower leaves "live" longer.
* A fly lives but 10 days. It seems cruel to squash them.
* I have seen a sprite.
* Proverbially, you mustn't:
- count chickens prior to their hatching
- judge a book by its cover
- disturb a sleeping dog
- fix something that isn't broken
- put all of one's eggs into a single basket
- put the cart before the horse
- call a kettle black (particularly if you are a pot)
* Every great advance in science has been subsequently disproven. Makes you wonder about the term "scientific fact."
* I have bungee jumped, ridden in a glider and performed the duties of a jury foreman.
* The same guy who designed Central Park in New York also designed Montreal's Mount Royal Park. Frederick Law Olmsted.
* I really can't fathom the importance of whether or not someone "believes" in God. Yet some people believe this distinction is worth killing for. (Or at the very least, casting aspersion.)
Just a note to let you know that due to the move, I'll be taking a short break from the puter. I wish everyone a wonderful weekend and I'll see you sometime next week. (I'm shooting for Tuesday.) Ciao!