Friday, June 14, 2013
There’s nothing like
The stress of a wedding
Plotting and planning
Along with all the double checking
It makes one want to scream
With all their might
Waking from a dream
In the middle of the night
Because I have been there
I’d do it again in a heartbeat
And marry Lisa anywhere
We are done with our nuptials
And are just enjoying watching
Other people’s wedding battles
I swear weddings are bad on purpose
To put couples through big stress
To see if they can handle
The bride worrying about her dress
If they can get past that
Then they can get past most anything
It’s the first time a couple is truly tested
Before they put on each other’s ring
Before they spend life together
They have to survive each other
And only a few can do so
Without becoming a strangler
The best that I can ever say
Is to enjoy your beautiful wedding day
Because it only comes once
At least, if you do it the right way
So cheers to you and yours
Cheers to love conquering all
We gather here this day
To witness the union of those in the hall
Because they survived
The planning of their wedding
We rejoice their love
May it be everlasting.
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Wednesday, June 12, 2013
I honestly can’t imagine a world with spices. Known now, in the internet cute cat world, as ‘flavors’ food is pretty crappy without them. Its amazing how for granted we take spices now, considering entire empires rose and fell because of the spice trade.
Spices go way back in human history, and have become such an integral part of every day life. They are even mentioned a few times in the Bible, of all books. Oddly though, I think of all the fantasy stories I’ve read, and they don’t really get too much into spices.... A shame. Fantasy and Sci/Fi have really drawn a new connotation for the word ‘spice.’ In Star Wars and Dune ‘spice is a form of drug.
Monday, June 10, 2013
There has always been something beautiful about nature. I’ve known so since I was a child. I would sit on my grandmother’s porch and watch the storms roll in, and be happy as a lark. There was a form of serenity as you’d watch them off on the horizon.
I’ll always remember the first time I saw a tornado, was standing out in the front yard with my mom. We looked to the east and saw the big shadow kind of pass behind all the rain so far off on the horizon. The destruction was rather unparalleled afterwards, but it was an experience I know I’ll never forget.