My favourite beverage is Tonic Water, neat, but this is the only picture I have.
I switched on to Tonic Water when I weaned myself off of a long-term commitment to beer. The reasoning was that I wanted something strong but non-alcoholic: if I was going to drink something insipid, I wanted to make sure I noticed it.
Given the chance, I would re-read this classic mystery:
It’s a riveting read. It keeps you hanging on right to the end.
Working for the millions is the more philanthropic thing to do. I believe it is up to us to share our talent with as many people as possible. To me, writing a book is not the ego-stroke of a few crafted academic lines aimed at a limited elite, but an exercise in community – in reaching out to all our fellow travellers to share a message, stimulate a debate, and initiate the free flow of ideas.
Joy only happens when the masses get excited.
Robin Williams got this.
Lemonade is another word for silver linings.
This is Nanaimo Harbour, B.C., from Protection Island. For me it’s not so much a case of ‘thinking again‘, but of ‘thinking continuously’. You see, with August nearly half done and another harsh Alberta winter in the offing, something in the depths of my soul says that this place, or somewhere very much like it, is where we need to be. We’re going to take another look around in September.
The way to the top is fraught with perils. Seldom straight lies the road.
When we move where we’re moving I would eventually like to have a little dinghy of my own – not fancy like this, but small and clean and capable. Hey – we gotta dream: without dreams we’re all sinners.
These old cars are so photogenic. They all had a shape – and a character – of their own. None of them looked like a bubble or a door stop like the new cars of today. But while these two Chatty Cathies may indeed have been assembled on a production line, they were still put together by hand.
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