Wednesday, January 9, 2013

things i know (this week, anyway) #22

- Some people meditate in quiet rooms with incense and candles, but methodically rolling dumplings works better for me.

- Your kid is not 36 months old. She's 3.

- If you want to better understand your boyfriend, spend a week with his parents.

- There is no shame in asking for help.

- Fear, anxiety, pain and despair are nothing more than unwanted guests--and the great thing about guests is that, eventually, they leave.

- You can, in fact, teach an old dog new tricks, but you have to make sure she really understands what you want her to do.

- There's nothing like 2 weeks away from San Francisco to make you really miss kale.

- Based on the PR emails I receive, 50% of marketing is making up puns.

- Hot-tubbing is awesome, but hot-tubbing in the snow is beyond awesome.

- All poultry tastes good roasted with olive oil, rosemary, salt, pepper, lemon and garlic.

- The "fuck fuck fuck" scene from The Wire is one of the most brilliant things every to air on television.

- I will take Swedish Fish over the fanciest of desserts.

2 comments:

Melissa Brickman said...

The counselling stamford doctor actually advised to me to write things down, too. Isn't it therapeutic? I feel really good when I do this.

Braddie G said...

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