I had some really serious stuff I wanted to get posted this week -- but the daze got away on me. Next week is another week. (As far as we know!?)
I wish everyone a happy Labour Day weekend. We've had a pretty crappy summer, weather-wise (not to mention events-wise!?).
Let's hope this weekend is nice ... just for a change.
Have some fun, have some laughs.
You can start with this one!
'Quote of the day': “Laughter is an instant vacation.” – Milton Berle
“Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.” ~ Benjamin Franklin (quoted on menu at C’est What? restaurant in Toronto)
Tom Robbins on “crazy wisdom”: “Crazy wisdom is the wisdom that evolves when one, while refusing to avert one’s gaze from the sorrows and injustices of the world, insists on joy in spite of everything. Ancient Egyptians believed that when a person died, the gods immediately placed his or her heart in one pan of a set of scales. In the other pan was a feather. If there was imbalance, if the heart of the deceased weighed more than the feather, he or she was denied admittance to the afterworld. Only the lighthearted were deemed advanced enough to merit immortality.”