In this post, I’m giving myself permission to be dour. It’s been a long day and the night oddly enough fails to give this stud muffin any relief.
What to do? I don’t know about you, but I’m sitting here having coffee. My writing can go take a leave of absence, but I’d be damned if I go without my coffee.
Wait – here’s one bright note to this all. Go head out to my friend Brad Shorr’s blog and check out his awesome post, “Against Happiness, by Eric G. Wilson, Book Review.” You’d thank your lucky stars I push you into checking out his post . Read as well the great interaction in the comment section, especially the comments left by Robin Dickinson, Joanna Young and Jackie Cameron. Very insightful bunch of readers. Brad Shorr can’t be more pleased, I guess.
Go now while I buff my dour pout to a shine. Tell Brad I sent you, and if Joanna is still around, tell her I’m practicing being a transplanted Scot this part of Asia. She’d know what I mean.
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