A friend of mine is going through a crushingly difficult time lately: she absolutely detests her job, has a brute of a boss and has to swallow his sarcastic jibes because, like millions, she dare not leave for fear of not finding work elsewhere.
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So what are you doing on the 4th?” asked a well-meaning acquaintance I bumped into at the grocery store.
In reply, I stared. Not a ‘rockets red glare,’ stare, more of a ‘Whaaaa?’ stare.
“I have horses,” I said, as if that explained everything.
“Oh!” she smiled. “Does that mean you’re riding in a parade?”
As I write this column the desperate search continues for the five men (one, a teenage son) aboard the Oceangate Titan submarine somewhere near the wreck of the Titanic.
Now you know I love me some UFO scoops. And, like many, I believe—or should I say that I want to believe, UFOs and aliens are real— because it makes life far more interesting.
Both Paul and I have always had a love affair—from afar—with cars, mine stemming back to my single digit years on long trips to Florida during family vacations.
I’m really not much of a jet-setter, and the recent travels which have sent me to both England, and last week, to France, were quick turn-arounds.
And, as ever, horse related.
It wasn’t that many years ago that I met a woman, somewhere in her early 40s, who told me the most wonderful story.
Best of all, it’s true. Lean in, you’ll love this.
Well, of course I watched the Coronation of King Charles III. Recorded the night before, and at our usual time of rising, around 5 a.m., I turned it on as Paul made his habitual pot of coffee.
It seems everywhere I look these days I am seeing articles about the potential, and palpable fear, of Artificial Intelligence.
If there’s one thing that unites us—or divides us—on a global level, it’s food. Personally, for me, embracing a different culture includes diving, wholeheartedly, into an unfamiliar cuisine.