Due to my working online daily, (in hope of learning more ways to be able to help local businesses survive this economical disaster), I’ve had the good fortune to have others recommending great distractions for me (when there was time to binge watch that is).
My all-time favourite genre is Sci-Fi, and by that, I mean really honest to goodness Sci-Fi, of which some lean toward fantasy (after all, Sci-Fi is technically fantasy), but NOT horror movies masked as a sci-fi, like Alien (1979) did/does.
A friend shared this with me today, and I took the liberty of editing it ever so little, in order to make it a little more personal.
A mouse looked through the crack in the wall to see the farmer and his wife open a package. “What food might this contain?” the mouse wondered.
Wise are those who learn that the bottom line doesn’t always have to be their top priority. ~ William Arthur Ward
In 2004, when I first discovered Phil Booth was when he wrote the horoscopes for the Toronto Star Newspaper. Eerie though this may sound, his predictions for my zodiac sign were so “bang” on so many times in a row that I started to read his horoscopes “religiously” and enjoyed the many hopeful horizons he saw in my sign.
One of my website customers sent this goody in:
Got this in email and just HAVE to share with you here: