Fried rice Showdown

Real Life of an MSW

Does one ever get too old for siblings competitiveness and the “I bet you can’t” and “I dare you” challenges? It was the last day of my brother’s visit. We were casually reminiscing about life when a commercial came on. My brother quipped “Food NEVER looks like it does on the box!”

Wearing my rose tinted glasses of my spouse being a chef, I quipped back “Well maybe you’re just cooking it wrong”.

He looked at me and said, “I bet you couldn’t make fried rice look like it does on the Rice a Roni box.”

I laughed and said, “I bet I could if we had a box, but we don’t.”

He laughed, “You do, I bought some (How many groceries did this guy buy?) after I ate that fancy rice when I housesat (please note, we have never asked anyone to buy groceries when they house…

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Judgment

People are going to judge me regardless of what I do, before they know my title, before they know what I’ve done in my career.


 

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The case against bucket lists

Real Life of an MSW

Shoe

Being my best self and teaching others how to be their best self is on my bucket list of life experiences. I know I am not alone in this. That’s why my first snarky reaction to this piece was “Shit, we’re all dying, act accordingly.”

I like bucket lists. Hell, I even started my own this summer. My list has allowed me to get outdoors and explore. Other times it has allowed me to relax and just be. Though, most importantly, it has motivated me to be my best self and allowed me to help others. At the end of my day, it’s about personal growth.

Rossiter writes “The symbol for the end of life became a symbol of the very container for it, regardless of the amount of time the person may have left on the planet.” I disagree. I think once you obtain your goal…

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The Critic

The critic has to educate the public; the artist has to educate the critic. -Oscar Wilde


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Writing

Writing, to me, is simply thinking through my fingers. -Isaac Asimov


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