Walk, drink and walk some more… Part IV – Still in Iceland

I didn’t go on this trip to fall in love, or even lust, with some Nordic looking tall freak of nature. That’s a good thing, because it didn’t happen. It was nice to fantasize about though before I landed. Once I actually arrived, my OCD took over and I was so obsessed with my overzealous […]

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Drink, Walk and Drink Some More (Iceland Part III)

One of the things I wanted to do in Iceland was ride an Icelandic horse through the lava fields.  Iceland’s terrain is often described as a moonscape, but by people who’ve never been to the moon. There’s craters, and rocky black soil, but also bright red clay and moss. There aren’t any trees like you would call […]

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On birthdays and cheap wine

Today is my birthday…another trip around the sun. My liver is still holding on. My skin is still looking good, thanks to a sadistic new discovery called microneedling, aka the vampire facial. It basically involves jabbing microscopic needles into your face to cause regeneration. Kind of like an X-Men mutant process. I could support that superpower. […]

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An explanation for my absence

I need to apologize to all 12 of my loyal readers for my absence of late. After three years of on-and-off writing and 17 pounds of stress eating, I finally was inspired to finish my first screenplay. Unfortunately that means that my limited brain cells the wine has not killed off could not multi-task and […]

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Liveblogging the first debate / praying for a meteor strike

Against my better judgment I am going to attempt to liveblog the first Clinton-Trump debate. Anything short of a folding chair getting smashed over Lester Holt’s head will be terribly disappointing. 8:55 Bill Clinton managed to avoid staring at Melania’s cleavage. I’m impressed. But the camera cut away from Ivanka, so he may have snuck […]

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A new blog post — now with Pumpkin Spice!

It’s that time of the year again. No, not the most wonderful time of the year, although I do find it socially acceptable to start playing Christmas music in July. Perry Como is timeless. I’m not referring to back to school either, because to kidless me that just means a giant pain in the ass getting stuck behind school buses making me […]

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