Saturday, April 18, 2015

...Have To Look At You

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood and I bicycled the one less traveled. A little
Saturday (kind of) humor. Actually, I was quite taken with the dandelions and their yellow show.

Stumbled across The Moral Bucket List, an article that I found poetic...

On Friday wore my white\peach pants and a few people were surprised by my Wear More Color campaign. Also wore my white/blue tie-dye-ish shirt that I got from Marshalls for $10 bucks.

Got this other shirt from TJ Maxx and the 'Fugee said if she could dress me, this would be the type of blouse she'd always put me in.

The 'Fugee and I watched a kind of weird but definitely intense movie, Force Majeure, last night -- a bit too intense for a Friday.

Lately I've been watching a bit of Travel Bug on Netflix and also Layover, another Anthony Bourdain show. Someone on the Singapore section said that you should reserve one visit just to experience the cuisine.

New Yorkers gave tips to tourists on another segment and one woman had me cracking up. She advised people to dress up -- You might not care how you look but we have to look at you.


  1. I really liked the Moral Bucket List article. This was my favorite part: "people on the road to inner light do not find their vocations by asking, what do I want from life? They ask, what is life asking of me?" What a difference of perspective.

  2. I really like that part too.

    Another part that spoke to me: We all need redemptive assistance from outside.