I believe in karma. I believe that in life you get what you give and that the rules of the universe fundamentally reward kindness, generosity, honesty and goodness. It is with that trust in humanity and the universal balance of good versus evil I go about my days. Sometimes blissfully trustful that things will always … Continue reading Good karma and the case of the missing purse
I come from a big family. A big Italian family. Growing up we never really had many friends. We had family. Cousins, uncles, aunts. Who needed friends when we had so much love, so much fun, within our own little circle of Italian goodness. Eventually our big family became really big. My cousins had families … Continue reading Sometimes a simple phone call (and ribs) can make your day
This subject is a little tired for me. Unfortunately as people within my network get through Walter Isaacson’s biography on Steve Jobs, the discussion continues on. First and foremost, I love Apple products. I’ve always loved Apple products. I financed my first computer, a Macintosh Classic, at the University of Washington bookstore. It took me … Continue reading I thought I loved you Steve Jobs
Is the “I’m going to be healthy” resolution already getting to you? It is me. Two weeks in. That’s about right. Well, here we are, January 16, 2012 and I’m craving a bag of potato chips, a baguette with a slab of butter, and a salted caramel to finish. My willpower is fading. And fast. … Continue reading Is the “I’m going to be healthy” resolution already getting to you? It is me. Two weeks in. That’s about right.