OK, I just took the plunge.

I guess if you are logged into Facebook you can use this link.

I know this does not bode well for humanity.

I am trying to think of someone or something that may forgive me. Any ideas?


H1N1 flu?

I should have never eaten that half-eaten bag of Doritos I found in the dugout Sunday.

What was I thinking?

I’m hoping it’s just your garden variety flu I’ve come down with but you never know…..

No amount of singing Happy Birthday to me while washing my hands seems to help. Oh well, tomorrow is another day and I know I can’t possibly feel as bad then as I did today. At least I hope (not pray) so. 😉


The Universe…

I don’t want the universe to be the way religion wants it to be.

I enjoy being a part of the unknown and (hopefully) unknowable.

Can you imagine what life would be like if there was nothing to learn or left to explore? I love the fact that every day I can learn something new or unlearn something old.

It’s not like I need things to have a purpose, unlike some of my Theist/Deist friends and family.

Having no purpose has it’s purpose. 😉


Pollen overload…

I guess it’s true what they say: “Allergies can be developed at any point in time.”

Well, it seems as though my time has come. For allergy suffering, that is.

Perhaps this is what caused Friedrich Nietzsche to come up with his famous “What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger” quote.



Fleeting existence.

You can’t have existence without it being fleeting. Hmmmm…. Maybe this is redundant and not an oxymoron.

I will have to think about this thought a bit more.

Okay, I thought it about some more…. I have come to the conclusion that “fleeting existence” is redundant in nature. Otherwise the term nonexistence would have no meaning.

It’s a good thing my existence is fleeting, otherwise I might have too much time to reflect and become a basket case. 🙂


Happiness is an attitude…

Free yourself from mystic hallucinations and secret codes. Create a dialog with yourself to give you choices in life. Accept responsibility for your behavior. Happiness is a product of your own mental attitude, your own efforts and what you do with what you have.


Not bad…

The other day I wrote “Not bad is better than pretty good.”

Now this one may be more accurate:

“Not good is better than pretty bad.”