Doesn’t happen every day, but it happens enough that we should have a plan. A plan to pick out certain qualities or make outlandish assumptions; an idea of what to look for just in case we find ourselves sitting opposite… Read More ›
Over-due to Hong Kong
Back in Fulham after five great days in Hong Kong. My colleagues proved that it is possible to be incredibly nice, even if the city you live in continues to grow on top of you. An injustice to but… Read More ›
Stand Up for Yourself
Ah, rush hour: a movie with Jackie Chan and a double headed necessity each day of workweek. I confess that my unfortunate inclination towards claustrophobia clouds the cultural upside to my urban commute. And there is an upside, but more… Read More ›
What is Love?
We know what it is, though we may not know exactly where it starts and where, if at all, it ends. There have been countless books, movies with Matthew McConaughey, poems, and Hallmark cards that try to elicit the feeling or tell… Read More ›
Thinking About Tokyo
My thoughts and prayers go out to Japan. The earthquake is one of my biggest fears in life. My Thoughts are with the Rising Sun (by Enelo) I can remember the hard mat that covered almost the entirety of my tiny… Read More ›
What is it that counts?
For the fiftieth time, it’s the thought…that counts. Right? Really. Get real. If that were true, my book would be done right now and the LA Kings would have a Stanley Cup banner hanging from the rafters at Staples Center. I’d… Read More ›
Read it and Sleep
My boy and his Minion will have another distraction on their next adventure (forthcoming release date yet to be determined) now that I am waking up to an alarm again. Though the “Strum” setting on my alarm clock strikes a… Read More ›
Mingle in a Cloud Nimbus
The other night I waited in a pub for my wife to finish up work. The rain was steady, and so was the grey that covered London. She was trapped on a call, and I was well into my third… Read More ›
Newton’s Second Law: No Curtain Rods on Trains
To bring a curtain rod on a busy commuter train is a risky proposition that should be avoided at all costs. That is, unless you are prepared. I was not. Mind if we sit together? I can with say with… Read More ›
Happy Valentine’s Day!!! Meat at Taco Bell?
Our move from San Francisco to London has taught me many things, one being that the comforts we left behind are difficult to replace. This, of course, was part of the deal and we expected it, bloody hell we even… Read More ›