Couldn’t have said it better – Thanks Hugh.
Ouch. This is one of those that you’d think, but never, ever in a million years say to someone.
Let’s face it, sometimes there’s just something holding you back. It’s not that you’re not in love. It’s not that you’re not compatible. It’s not that you’re not happy.
But on occasion, you see a side to someone’s personality that just terrifies you. It’s the monster that is scary enough that you take pause and think…..
I was just cruising the web and found Hugh MacLeod’s gallery again. It’s been a couple of years since I first saw his work so finding it again last night felt like a new discovery all over.
I’ll share one of his “scribbles” with you here. Check out all his recent work from SXSW 2010, I really liked the US map as I’m a true “yankee “but now live in what he refers to as the “boring” part of the states. (I don’t disagree).
Check out his site here: http://gapingvoidgallery.com/
Charles de Gaulle – “The better I get to know men, the more I find myself loving dogs.”
Enjoy as you recognize how you can return to when you thought everything was possible.
i don’t watch much traditional tv anymore
that sentence alone lets you know i love to read
i do watch some shows on hulu
my son has turned me onto a new show he loves
it’s growing on me
royal pains – about a concierge physician – who goes with his brother to the hamptons
why is it growing on me
i needed to learn how to veg out
i need to take time every week and not think for a few
the humor and setups in each episode
each show has hank needing a special tool
each show has him building or working with one
show six – he needs a microscope – “get me duct tape, a paper towel tube and a jeweler’s loop”
show five – he needs to do brain surgery – “get me a drill, duct tape and hot water”
it feels like they speed up the action for these two minute scenes of “extremely resourceful” for Dr. MacGyver
these are my favorite portion of each episode
take a look and see http://www.hulu.com/royal-pains
This is my friend Lisa and her love story
I love this video of Malcom Gladwell talking about Howard Moskowitz and reinventing Spaghetti Sauce and changing the way we understand the “Sweet Spot”