Sitting still for any extended period of time is very difficult for me. Sitting still, not working out, and not working for a week is daunting and depressing, to say the least. Yesterday afternoon I was given my “no-work permitted” instructions from my primary physician, and it took me all day to let the terrible
No city in the world moves me that way that Paris does, but every city does move me in a different, special way. Black Friday shopping in D.C. and Pentagon City this morning with one of my very best friends Gloria made me realize that I don’t take advantage of my proximity to D.C. often enough.
Perhaps I should explain why I ever started drinking coffee, because I am not a real coffee drinker. I mean, I do drink real coffee; I’m just not the type of girl that goes to Starbucks for frou-frou “coffees” that doen’t even have coffee in them. I am the bonafide espresso drinking, black coffee kind of
The great Albert Camus once said, “Il vient toujours un temps ou il faut choisir entre la contemplation et l’action,” [There comes a time when one must chose between contemplation and action], and I believe that that time comes faster than we realize. Life is what you choose it to be, so today, choose ACTION.