The Best Motto

Gd, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannon change
Courage to change the things I can
And the wisdom to know the difference.

All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.

You woke up this morning - Congratulations! You got another chance!

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

MORNING UPDATE - May 23, 2014

Good Morning, peeps! Happy Friday! Happy Erev Shabat! The weather is still cloudy and strange, but bearable.
George thinks that the only reason I enter my room is to get in bed with him to pet and snuggle. Sniff, meanwhile, just sits by the door and looks at me with an almost adoring expression.
Two TVs were blessedly silent, and the third on had Telemundo on - on one hand, just a meaningless chatter; on the other hand - in freaking Spanish.
Meanwhile, in the parking lot, there was a huge white SUV with plates that read something like MAKEMAGIC and two oldish bearded Jews inside.
Currently trending at #2 is Gwen Stefani - because she took her son to some kind of baby class. Making sure her progeny develops brains that are absent in parents?
Trending at #4 is Jennifer Lawrence - because she admitted to bringing Slim Jims to the Oscars. My question is - where the heck was she hiding them?
Trending at #10 is someone called Katharine McPhee - because she filed for a divorce. Considering the commonality of celeb divorces, I totally understand why it's only on the 10th place.
"How a great vacation can change your life" - you actually had to write a whole article about it?!
"Completely giving up plastic products sounds great for the environment, but the reality is different" - duh!!!
"Foods that are good for you - and the planet" - oh, hell, here we go again!
"Man takes a moose to the coffee shop" - very original (although the article claims that it's normal in Canada).
"Using ancient myths to help modern warriors heal" - how about privatizing VA instead?
A huge turtle crushed wedding ceremony in St. Croix - but this wedding crusher was more than welcome.
The latest on Bieber is not to be repeated for the small children and the faint of heart.
The Queen, Will, and Kate will travel to France for the 70th Anniversary of the D-Day - at least one head of state who actually wore the uniform during the war and assisted in the war efforts.
Coffee this morning in the disposable cup from the usual overpriced place.

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