I wrote this post four years ago. Back then, I wrote it purely for fun. But today it has a different purpose: Today we remember Princess. My parent’s cat is not well and today she will leave us. She has given my parents years’ of joy, comfort and support. In the last few years, she … More A Goodbye Letter to Princess: An Open Letter to the World from The Cat
I found this letter in the bathroom yesterday. It was written by a cat named Princess. “This is a letter to the cat owners and wanna-be cat owners out there. Pay attention to my rules of survival if you want to live.” 1. I am watching you and I am the boss of your house. … More An Open Letter to the World from The Cat
Regret. The word moves through your mouth like it consists of molasses and peanut butter. It is a slow word that lingers on the ledge of the tongue. Regret must be pretty good, because we have all tasted it. Rehearsing regret can trigger cravings to eat, to drink alcohol or to go shopping. Trust me, I … More Do you have the Canine Regret Gene?
Do you know what it takes to make someone go vacant (The Hard drive is busy processing kind of vacant…)? All you have to do is ask them “Can you tell me what your strengths are?” Then watch. I give you permission to try it as an experiment. “Uh…” is usually the response. Interestingly, “Uh” is a … More Positive Psychology: 5 Ways to Understand Your Strengths
It struck me the other day that teenagers are like cats. Read my expertly compiled list and see for yourself. Cats only listen to you when they want something from you. They allow you to hang around them, for now. Cats only need a few things from you: Feed them, open the door to let … More My teenager is a cat?
I discovered coffee later in life, around the time that I asked my wife to marry me. Some may say that marriage drives you to drink. Marriage drove me to drink coffee. I blame it all on my sister-in-law. She made me a flavored coffee with just the right mix of sugar and cream. Mmmm. … More Update your Java