I’ve tried the Espiral Rosé already and love it, but Picpoul and Muscadet Sèvre et Maine are two wines that I typically have to spend a fair amount of money to drink these days, so I’m very interested to try TJ’s under-$10 offerings of both. I’ll keep you posted!
I just discovered this article by John Scalzi (read his fiction; it’s excellent) about the urge to try to be clever when communicating with people you might not know very well, and what happens when you fail. I adore being thought clever, so this pertains to me, times a million. Maybe it pertains to you,… Continue reading The Failure Mode of Clever
Lately, there seems to be a lot of fussing about how some entertainer/artist/creative person didn’t give everybody exactly what they wanted 100% of the time. Sigh. There’s a thing where people seem to think, well, if you put yourself (or your work) in the public eye, you should be prepared never to make a mistake or do anything…
Foster Floodplain and back in 55m! I’m still slow, but I’m getting faster.
Originally posted on The Daily Post:
? There is an unsettling, nagging worry that accompanies impostor syndrome, that somehow, someday, someone is going to find out that you’re a great big phony. Impostor syndrome is the pervasive feeling that you’re faking your way through success, and that your achievements are attributable only to good luck.…
Bax, all companionable: “Amelia, we don’t like the rain, do we?” A: “No, I love the rain.” B: “Me too. I love the rain too.” A: “But you just said you didn’t like rain.” B: “I was just joking.”