A Little Bit Of Wisdom

If someone will give you strands of hair with no questions asked, a yes is pretty much guaranteed when you pop the question.

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Strange Magic

I like pizza but loathe cheese. Most people find this strange. I find it strange that people still eat cheese after finding out what it is made of. There is more to a good pizza than cheese. Order a cheeseless pizza. You might get stared at but so what. If people can get burgers wrapped in lettuce, then you can get a pizza with no cheese. Just don’t expect a discount. You’ll be able to experience the crust, sauce, and toppings without distraction. You may end up hearing a song that becomes one of your favorites. This is what happened to me a few days ago. I was enjoying a cheeseless pizza with just about everything on it when Jeff Lynne’s version of Electric Light Orchestra’s Strange Magic (2012) played through the pizzeria’s speakers. I can’t get it out of my head.

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Be Strong

No character flaw is greater than the corresponding character.

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Fellowship

A girl’s best friend should be present when she gets engaged as well as married.

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As Sweet As It Gets

Some of you may find that your sweethearts prefer a diamond from your carbon to your actual presence.

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Fight The Good Fight

It’s alright to be an adversary, just not an enemy.

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Scattered At Sea Ain’t For Me

My Ashes, My Choice.

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Science Shocks

Carbon has now become the element of surprise.

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Candy

My nose was smashed when I was nine years old. My cousin’s cousin thought it would be fun to run full speed with his head down. I was catching the bubbles that my cousin was blowing from a second story balcony. I was going after a bubble when Corey’s skull crushed my nose and propelled me around eight feet. Blood spewed from my nostrils. I got up and ran up the stairs to the second floor apartment where the three sets of parents were talking. I said, “Corey broke my nose!” Everybody stared at me. I was given a towel and told to sit in a chair. Corey was given an ice pack for his head. He went into another room to play Monopoly with my sisters and cousin. The adults continued to converse as if nothing had happened. Corey’s mother was a big fan of Cameo and had just purchased their Word Up! (1986) album. The record had been playing throughout this entire ordeal. Candy was her favorite song on the album and she kept putting the record player’s needle back to it. I had never heard the song before. I started to love it. The song was playing in my head all the way to the hospital as my mother kept yelling at me for breaking my nose over a bubble. It was my only consolation.

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FYI

Diamond appraisers can take your personal carbon into account but they will need to be in love with you.

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